Completely understandable. You had a business decision to make and it’s much easier having to only worry about with two plugins than one with multiple add-ons.
I’ve been doing some research on many of the other custom field plugins, and none of them have everything I need. ACF is still the closest.
What I would really like to see is a place where we can add a class to the field. There are times when I need to manipulate a specific field through either CSS or JS, and having an associated class would be much easier than finding the ID and interacting with that. I’ve thought about creating an Add-on for ACF4, but with ACF5 out now, I’ll hold off until I’m more familiar with the code.
Thanks for the great work!
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