It will be interesting to see what happens here, especially with regard to (hopefully) being able to eventually migrate existing Connect macros that have plain text bodies to Forge.
We have customers with pages that still use the old TinyMCE editor (which supported pasting/typing content in the macro body insitu on the page).
With the introduction of the Fabric editor, support for plaintext bodies was handled by replacing the preview on the right-hand side of the macro editor with a text area, which can be accessed in the browser through
The Forge equivalent would likely be a
<TextArea> in a
<MacroConfig> just like any other macro parameter, but there presumably would need to be some way of linking existing body content (created with the Connect version of the macro using either TinyMCE or Fabric) to this text area.
Perhaps something as simple as a reserved name, e.g.