Thanks for the reply, @Nikita.S, and thank you for working on a fix for the “Enter” bug.
It’s really unfortunate that disabling formatting options is impossible, because it basically prevents this plugin from being properly used for a “Medium-style” editor.
Medium’s design team made specific choices to limit the amount of formatting possible to make content more consistently legible across writers and different kinds of content. That was a good design decision and certainly one that other products (like mine) would want to be able to mimic as much as possible.
While some applications will want users to be able to format content in whichever way they choose, many users don’t know how to properly format content for the web. For instance, users will often underline text for emphasis, without realizing that it makes the content look like a hyperlink.
Hopefully you and the team will be able to reconsider that decision. I’d happily improve my rating to 5 stars if the “Enter” bug is fixed and we can limit formatting options as before.
Edit: If the team doesn’t want to officially support adding the ability to remove formatting options, could you at least provide unique class names for all of the different formatting options (in the code). That way, at least I could write custom code to turn off (display: none) certain options. For instance, the “font” option just shows a ton of “Sans-serif” options and looks broken to a user.
Thanks again for all the hard work!