sumithar - 2013-03-11

Running ext2fsd on win 7 64 bit.  I have a partition that I formatted EXT4.  Whenever I boot up my machine this is mounted as read only and I have to use the GUI to turn off the switch.
I think I read somewhere that this product doesn't allow EXT4 to be written to and that being able to do it on ad hoc basis is actually a bug.
Is this so?
Any plans to make ext 4 partitions write-able?
Thanks!