Take complete control over the WordPress content editor.
I hate downloading plugins only to discover everything I need is a paid option.
TinyMCE does everything for free.
One day my plug-in was completely broken with no warning. I eventually figured out (after about a week) you created a whole new plug-in in order to strip this plug-in of any features that gave it any value. In fact, all of the useful features such as Code Magic have been completely removed from free version. Even worse the pricing scheme for the pro version is completely convoluted. what is a "network" install anyway? lol I have I installed this plug-in on a few hundred customer websites so I can use Code Magic to fix broken pages caused by the quirky nature of the WordPress editor. I even helped you find a few bugs. Remember the Code Magic session_start(); bug? Now I have to pay $279.00? Thank you for making my favorite plug-in completely useless.
I could be wrong, but after installing the free version I noticed that it offered minimum features. In fact, anything I tried to enable required that I purchased the premium version.
This operation is canceled your reputation.
You forced all developers like me to change the editor from one day to another.
They should put your name on the black list of plugin developers.
This is not the way to behave.
I'm all for developers making money from their work -- it's how I make my living. But promoting a plugin that has essentially zero functionality unless you pay for the premium version seems not quite right. Either sell it outright or offer legit free/paid versions. As it stands you're essentially just installing an advertisement to purchase the pro version.
I see this as nothing more than a tragic failure.
I find nothing in this plugin that i would consider an improvement over Ultimate TinyMCE...and unfortunately for the developer, i see it as a complete waste of 2 years work!!!
Sorry for the bad press, however, considering the disastrous mistake microsoft made in its first release of Windows 8...i would have thought one would have known better than the head down a similar pathway (going backwards in never a step forward!).
Bring back tinyMCE please!
A little thought in regards to the rollout of this plugin and the demise of Ultimate TinyMCE would have saved me (and I am sure many others) a whole lot of time.
You could have pushed out an update on the Ultimate TINYMCE that notified users that it was not compatible with wp 3.9. Not all of us want our dashboards clogged up with plugin blog posts.
My experience: yesterday I started noticing that my Connections and Events Plugin front-end listing creation page forms would not move between text and visual. I attributed it to issues with these plugins and the 3.9 update and needlessly wasted my time and the developers time looking into the issues.
Until this morning, when I went to change a couple of posts and found that the visual editor was not displaying properly did I figure out it was Your UltimateTinyMCE plugin causing issues. Overall, you wasted a good 6 hours of my time. Thanks for that.
Regarding your new plugin...you removed a whole bunch of features. And I removed both of your plugins.
Ultimate TinyMCE and your new WP-EDIT are Gone, Gone, Forever Gone from all of my wp installations.
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