Support » Plugin: Classic Editor » Explain Defaults

  • Can you please put on the main page for this plugin what it will default to when first installed.
    eg. If WP5 is already installed what will the defaults be and also, if the site is still on WP4.x, what will the defaults be if the upgrade to WP5 is done afterwards.

    I was surprised to see on a site that had the plugin installed first, and WP5 upgrade second that “allow users to switch editor” was default to “Off”

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  • i was annoyed by this too. i think the recent update may have fixed it. did you download the latest version?

    @emilysparkle what I am asking is, can the defaults be stated on the plugin web page – so that people know what to expect.
    I do have a view as you what I’d like but as there are many differing opinions on this, and the plugin has (I think) changed over time, so it would be very helpful if the plugin page said:

    On installing and activating this plugin, “allow users to switch editor” will be OFF and “default editor” will be Classic.

    Something like that anyway.

    Rex

    The screenshot used in the plugin description suggests the opposite of what actually happens

    https://ps.w.org/classic-editor/trunk/screenshot-1.png?rev=1990542

    Screenshot – “allow users to switch editor”: Yes
    In Version 1.3 – “allow users to switch editor”: No

    Plugin Author Andrew Ozz

    (@azaozz)

    The screenshot used in the plugin description suggests the opposite of what actually happens

    Fixed.

    Plugin Author Andrew Ozz

    (@azaozz)

    Any content suggestions for a == FAQ == section in the plugin’s readme? 🙂

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