Hello everyone, There is an compatibility issue with latest version 1.5.7.
We will be releasing an update as mentioned on forum page for the same but it will take some time so for now i will recommend to away from update if you really use mbuilder and if you already have updated then please roll back to version 1.5.1.
As much as I like to commend efforts put into this drag and drop, I have to say its far from what Mailwizz deserves as a quality drag and drop extension. I sensed these was just a conversion of the main drag and drop (https://codecanyon.net/item/angular-drag-drop-email-builder/19308579?s_rank=4) to fit into Mailwizz. I am not happy I bought this extension as a major drag and drop editor. Lots of issues with it,
First, the women image used when adding an image block isn't appropriate. When its added if the image width is not specified at that point, if you go back to that block again, you will loose the option to adjust the width. The image could have been replaced with a placeholder and I felt the author should have worked on this since i pointed this fact out over 5 months ago.
Second, The editor does not allow the selection of existing image uploaded on Mailwizz file manager and this means that when you want to use the same image twice it has to be uploaded again, now having 2 copies of same image. Better way is to direct to the file manager to use existing images or now browse to upload one if needed.
Third, a drag and drop builder without a footer, header block and other building blocks that can make creating campaigns or templates fast is not so good. I think the developer should look at such editors used by MailChimp, and some online editors like https://topol.io/ and https://beefree.io/editor/ https://mosaico.io ...this editors are what an editor should look like and aim to achieve. Take note of the Tabs and the arrays of customization that is allowed on the editors. The editors are very flexible, If this editor can recreate such styles, it would be a perfect match for the enterprise standard of mailwizz.
Good work though, I hope to see a better Editor from this editor or Mailwizz author can as well up his editor to meet industry standards. Cheers