There is a bug in the custom classes plugin of the current version of WP super edit:
Problem: classes from editor.css are not loaded.
Cause: The mce_css filter function does not combine multiple editor style files correctly.
In file wp-se-cssclasses.php, line 89:
Change the line
if (empty( $mce_css ) ) $mce_css .= ',';
if (! empty( $mce_css ) ) $mce_css .= ',';
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