It appears there are still a large number of users making use of shortcodes in WordPress. The version 1.7 of Editus adds a new feature for post using shortcodes. When you enter the edit mode for a post containing shortcodes, it adds “Edit Shortcode” buttons to allow you to edit shortcodes from the frontend. This option can be disabled in the Settings page under the “Misc” options. If you would like to add a new shortcode, you can use the “Insert HTML or Code” button under the edit mode.
Version 1.2 of Editus now supports eiting of multi-page posts.
The version 1.1.9 allows you to use CTRL+SPACE to remove formatting from selected text under the Edit Mode.
Also added some preliminary support for editing posts that already contain Gutenberg blocks. Currently Editus supports editing posts that have Column and Spacer blocks. More blocks will be supported in the future.
Version 1.1 of Editus introduces new features. From the Editus Settings page, you can configure Editus to add Ordered/Unordered (OL/UL) buttons to the toolbar.
To use these buttons, first type texts with one or more paragraphs.
Then select the text and hit either UL or OL button. The paragraphs will be converted to lists.
You can try this new feature at the demo page.
Editus and the demo has been updated with the new Toolbar UI. The color of the toolbar and the dialogs are now customizable.