So, a Text Editor Button Choice Manager... it's settled. Hehehe.
Same here.. I very rarely use the table(s) or indent/outdent. Those would have made more sense to be in a drop down together IMHO.Bah.. mobile styles.... let's just pretend they don't exist - they're more annoying than anything else
Seriously though... I'm less likely to use Undo/Redo and Use BB Code Editor buttons, than I am to use the ones in the Insert button..... I vote for lumping those ones together and freeing the others.
Free Quote and Code buttons, I say!
And to add to this, not all quoted text comes from the site itself. We quote parts of articles quite frequently and having the quote button out front would be very useful.The problem is the average forum user will not find the hidden Quote button and resort to other methods of highlighting quoted text. They resort to using bold, italics or using the quote character, all these make the post very difficult to read. In addition when the Quote button is not used, when a post is replied to the quoted text becomes part of the quote in the new post and it becomes very confusing what has been quoted and what is the authors own words.
We're going to have to do that with several features after our migration this weekend.You can easily rectify that by creating a thread and showing how so and so features work.
You can use this add-on which gets you close to what looking the way the editor toolbar looks on my forum.How did you do that, Andy?
BumpQuoting text is a very often and important function in communicating on a forum. Placing the quote button under a drop down was a bad idea IMHO. Please put the Quote button back as a stand alone button which can be easily seen and clicked.
Please Like this post if you want to see this changed!