Since the upgrade, when I insert images into pages using Composer, now the images are automatically encapsulated in a box, that appears to have the <figure class="fsImage"> tag around it.
This tag for some reason seems to prevent me from inserting images into text, which I do often to show users what button to click. It's an efficient use of space on a page, but the new design seems to want to force me to put all pictures on a line by itself, rather than inline with text when needed, and when I prefer that to be (e.g. Alignment = NONE or not left, center or right justified).
Is this a bug? Or is this just the way the HTML gods have decided things need to be now? From the standpoint of someone that creates online documentation/instructions a lot, it pains me to have someone at the "god" level impose rules on how I must create my pages, as if that entity is the only person in the world that could possibly know how to create good web pages.
Can anyone tell me if the issue I'm experiencing is normal, and should be expected because it's how the "Accessibility" and/or "HTML" gods have dictated life now has to be?
Or is the issue a bug, and/or something others see as an improper restriction on my freedom to create content using my own mind?
I tried reporting this issue to our FinalSite contact, but was told "this is how it works". That just means they're not willing to investigate it further, disagree with how I've been doing things forever, or that they already know this is a change from "up high".
Thanks for any useful feedback!