The logic of the toolbar editor is somewhat confusing. But beyond that, there is function that is broken: Once you dragged a tool like superscript or subscript to the custom tools column (i.e. from the middle to the right), you cannot delete it. The description says, that dragging it back from the right to the middle would delete it, but it doesn't. You can click on the tool, then at the bottom you have a button labelled "delete". When you click that, you are asked "Do you want to delete?", and when you confirm with Ok, the custom tool is NOT deleted. And no error message. And it is (IMHO) no problem of permissions, because it also happens when you're admin.
At the bottom of the toolbar editor in the TEXT there is a link to delete the entirety of custom tools. That works, so this is kind of a workaround, but not a good one.
Also, but this is more of a feature request: IMHO dragging tools to the custom column should preset some of the entries like the icon and others. Custom tools do not have the proper icons, and there is no intuitive way to give them the correct icon once they are lost.
Thanks for your support
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