Hi, I have the exact same problem.
When I add the shortcode [wp-review] it only loads the same global template, however I have different post types (different types of products to review) so the same template won't fit all of the post types I have.
For exemple, I would need some pre-defined rating criteria for restaurant (eg. menu quality, service, value for money) and other pre-defined criteria for hotels (location, cleanliness, etc). As I tested I could only have one single template for the whole website and not one different depending on post type.
And I have set up different post types for each product type I have because I needed different templates and fields for each.
So, my question is: Is there any way to create those "global" templates specifically for each post type?
As I run a big directory where I am constantly adding tons of content all the time, I would need to have those criteria defined automatically when I created a new post, so users can go straight to add the reviews, but different pre-defined criteria should load depending on that post type..
Before purchasing the plugin I had read the shortcodes guide and saw it had the exemple [wp-review id="123"], but I imagined this ID would be some sort of form templates (as it's done in other review plugins) and not the post ID (which I actually don't see how this can be useful)..