No. WD owes you nothing, because WD is not at fault here. And the reason why is right there in your list of grievances;
You’re running a beta-version OS, that means it’s still a testing version and does not have the full functionality that would be expected of release-version. Third-party support and compatibility doesn’t even to be there until the release, although that can vary. But the basic rule of thumb for any beta-version is that you may not be able to run all the apps you’re used to running, and those that do run are not guaranteed to work in all the ways that you’re used to them working.
And as a participant in the beta program, which you joined by running the OS, you had to have seen several warnings about this during setup because it has become standard practice and is required by law for manufacturers to notify consumers when they choose to use an unfinished product. Read your terms on conditions, it’ll be right there, along with your signed acknowledgment.
It doesn’t matter how long it’s been out for, if it’s beta then it’s not finished. You can either wait for the full release or update to it if it’s already available. But regardless, this error is on you. You’re demanding money from a company because it’s app won’t run on an OS that isn’t complete and whose manufacturer has already informed you of it’s limited functionality. And you choose to air these grievances in a community help forum as a way to “officially” start a thread for reimbursement, that’s like instead of directly contacting them through channels where they have staff whose job is to respond you choose to post publicly on a site they don’t always check and on a platform through which they would not be able to use to discuss this with you (unless you want to post your credit card info here so they can track down your purchase)
You played yourself.