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  1. Timothy Jacobs
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    Instead, it should mount its custom options on the existing core Typography tab.

    Frustratingly, AFAIK this is impossible.

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  2. Munir Kamal
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    Hey Justin,

    Thank you again for highlighting the Editor Plus features. πŸ™Œ

    Glad you like the new UI, and of course there is still a lot of room for UI improvements. This was just the first step in the right direction in this area.

    Regarding the reason to put the custom options inside separate panels:

    Well, there are a couple of reasons.

    1) Our options aligned with the Responsive & Hover functionality.
    2) I didn’t want to mess what is being offered by the block itself (as they may change down the road).

    That said, I do realize the frustration & confusion with that. I will think about a solution for that. Thank you to raise this point. πŸ˜‡

    In the end, all I request is constructive feedback to improve the plugin and add the features the users need. πŸ™

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