It works, but I couldn't find a way to do simple customization like adding a simple class to the image (img-responsive for bootstrap), or removing the implemented inline style of 100% width.
I guess you could use the cumbersome filters mentioned on the docs, or create a template, but by the time I figure out those, I've already found, installed and successfully implemented one of the wysiwyg widget text editors to do what I needed.
This plugin is incompatible with responsive WordPress themes because it hard-codes image height (rather than using the CSS style
height: auto; or removing the height style attribute altogether).
Other than that it is a solid plugin with no cruft and useless stuff. It's to the point and simple to use.
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