All in all, that's just a bunch of non-sense.
I can see both sets of "Planes from RoF Store" and "DLC's from Steam", and although I paid RoF directly for the planes in the RoF store, I'm NOT going to pay steam for the same planes again.
Correct me if I am mistaken, but the planes I purchased in the RoF store were "mods" and "skins" and not the same planes as offered inside the DLC packs being offered at steam.
"The user accounts should have planes bought at steam or store, but not both. The planes are same, you just can't buy them in both stores."
I have BOTH the Steam DLC's and the Planes bought from RoF in my user account, and since I can buy NO MORE Planes from the RoF, then the only way to get those planes which have been MODDED (in the RoF Store) is to buy them again from Steam, which you now say I cannot do. Or is it the purchase of more planes from the RoF store, to use at Steam.
In any event, it's a mess now for your users, wrapped in legal mumbo-jumbo, and again denying the customer what we paid for due to YOUR (RoF's) new avenue of game release. You split the venue in half, and have different content for both, while denying customers access to previous purchases because they chose Steam store over the RoF store. Eventually, you will abandon the RoF store (As Elite Dangerous has done) in favor of Steam, and then our paid for content will disappear all together.
Now, if I own a plane or plane mod in RoF and have a key, I should be able to "purchase" that same plane in Steam, and use my EXISTING PAID FOR KEYS", regardless of which store it was originally purchased from.
This is also why I quit buying and playing with games like the LOMAC series, the BlackShark Series, and now the DCS Series, as the changes in the stores, and the grouping of these into "one delivery engine" has cost me too much in grief and money, as well as many lost plane skins, mods, and flight models. And now they are on Steam, with no compatibility or support for previous add-ons for the same exact NON-STEAM game, which still works just fine.
In the end, we will all have "the stand-alone game and add-ons", with the "Steam version of the same game", and two different sets of add-ons and mods, not compatible with each other.
What a mess this is becoming, and it is only getting worse, not better.
Now, Microsoft put their "Flight Sim" on Steam, and all the add-ons and mods, with very few exceptions, will work on Steam, regardless of where they came from, and I don't have these problems on that flight sim platform. So, as you can imagine, I have quite a stable of aircraft.
The more aircraft I buy from 777, the less aircraft I have, and the less and less it works with any delivery or sales platform.
My only point here is the KEYS to my aircraft mod or skin purchased through the RoF store, should work on Steam to take in those previous customers "WHO ALREADY SPENT MONEY ON NON-STEAM ADD-ON CONTENT", and installed the same game they already own, on Steam, whether or not sales of Store based content is extended to NEW CUSTOMERS of either store in the future.
You support your existing customers, regardless of what sales venue or delivery system you decide to use, and your legal disagreements are not customer ISSUES, and should not be taken out on us.
I certainly won't be BUYING anything else for this game, not until you honor the KEYS I already have on Steam.