WP Edit replaces Ultimate Tiny MCE, as the old version was stated to be non-compatible with the latest version of WP (3.9). While this new version does work, it’s definitely a huge step down. No longer can you choose fonts or edit images once they’re inserted into the post – functions I relied heavily on in the past. Most of the other options you could choose to enhance the editor now appear to be gone.
Of course, you can purchase the pro version but $149 for a multi-site license is a bit steep for me, considering I have it set up but I don’t use it and have no plans to in the near future.
Most of the 5-star reviews I read here sound like they were posted by friends of the developer or users that only need a very basic editor.
Until I can find something better I’ll go back to the WP default editor.
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