Thanks Jason for your reply. Did you read my personal messages?
The reason I use PowerCMS from WebAssist is that I can customize it to the client's level of knowledge so that they do not become confused about all the opportunities available.
Mostly I just want to give the customer the option to choose a limited number of tools. I also do not want the customer to be able to change font and size as it affects the design. I just want the customer to use the styles included in the design.
I can do this with the help of Power CMS. If I wanted that the client had access to all the tools - I might as well build the site in WordPress, or something similar.
Although the possibility still exist to change toolbar with the new version of PowerCMS that I now have installed - it is not painless.
I do not understand why you have not built a visual editing systems (back-line) for this instead of going into the database tables and mess. If I make the slightest mistake, I do not know what it was and how I should get back what was there before.
Although there are fancier symbols in edit mode in the new version of PowerCMS, so it feels like it got worse.
The reason that I use you as a plug-in provider is that you offer a visual way to make websites. I can understand that not everything can be done visually, but in this case it should not be a problem.