Could this be related to my hosting provider?
1. the issue with our image uploader should be related to permissions. Check the path in Settings -> Foliopress WYSIWYG -> Path to images on your web server and make sure it exists. If it does, you can ask your host administrators to fix permissions for that folder to be writable by your web server.
Check if you see any error messages in your web browser error console (you can use Web Inspector in Safari or Web Console in Firefox). If you do, you could start disabling plugins until you see which one was in conflict. Perhaps you installed some new plugins recently.
thank you very much for a nice bug report.
Could you try to save the plugin options in WP Admin -> Settings -> Foliopress WYSIWYG to see if it works afterwards? The options are initialized properly together with the plugin, but there might be a glitch in that.
We will test your issues and see if we can get to the same error. We also prepare some performance tweaks for the new version.
I really have to consider the download times and also the unproportioned size..
Another thing I would like to ask not so important,
Is there any other way to remove error message when copying texts within the editing field, a message always appears that copying is not allowed by my browser(firefox) when clicking on (copy button) it tells to just use ctrl+c. This was just for my clients who are used to click the copy button and doesn’t know shortcuts.
I’ve tried including (foliopress-copy) on custom toolbar but doesn’t work
I checked on the Mailpress issue and it’s really not working. However we want to make it compatible in one of the next versions.