I REALLY miss the CodeMagic feature (HTML button) that was previously included in the free edition of Ultimate TinyMCE, but which has now become a Premium Only feature of WP Edit. This was the primary – and sometimes only – reason that I used Ultimate TinyMCE.
It somehow seems unfair to charge a premium for someone else’s free open source code? Still, I understand why you need to offer a premium edition of WP Edit; I know that the amount of work in developing it was tremendous. I just wish that any money that users might spend on a premium addition would go towards purchasing the truly unique parts of the code…
Is there any possibility of this feature being added back into the standard edition of WP Edit?
If not, can you folks or anyone else recommend a good tutorial or other advise about adding the CodeMagic TinyMCE plugin (https://github.com/tinymce-plugins/codemagic) into WordPress via a custom plugin or addition to functions.php?
I have read this page in the Codex (http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Filter_Reference/mce_external_plugins) but I’m afraid that I need a more detailed set of instructions than that.
PLEASE consider adding this feature back into the standard edition of WP Edit! If that is impossible – or until that happens – any advise about a DIY solution would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks so much!
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