Hi @gaurav I’ve been watching your updates to this plugin for a long time with interest, but I haven’t been able to use this in production due to what I think is a bug that I can’t find a way to avoid.
Some things available in the editor don’t seem to work - on the demo page or on apps I’ve built testing the plugin. For instance, try the public demo on the Blog example and edit a blog, add a photo, right or center align the photo using the popup tools, then save and reload the Blog. The image alignment is always lost when loading content.
The same image alignment bug applies if you try to edit the first RTE on the demo page and change the alignment of the blue rectangular logo. But on that one I wasn’t sure if saving was enabled, so in addition to testing it in the Blog feature, I set up a test app and tried everything I could, but the image alignment still seems to be lost upon save.
I can’t roll out features that don’t work, and since there’s no way to hide the ability to edit image alignment it would be a bad experience for my users. I also had issues with the page jumping around a lot when I type, making it really unpleasant as a user.
I also think it would help to have more information about how to implement and use the plugin. Setup and use may be extremely, but step by step instructions would be helpful detailing how and when element actions to reload content are necessary (such as on a repeating group - I had some issues with that and when I emailed you, you linked to your notion page of help but it doesn’t really contain much info about how to actually use the plugin.)
I hope this info is helpful, but if you need more info to track down the items I’m mentioning, just let me know. There don’t seem to be many RTEs worth using on Bubble at the moment and I think if you were able to really refine and polish this plugin it would become essential for many. Bubble seems to be struggling with their own RTE beta, so maybe a rock solid, customizable RTE is just one of those things that isn’t possible with the current plugin architecture, but I hope that isn’t the case as it seems to me you’re 97% of the way there