I was wondering if anyone uses the CKEditor Color Button module? (I didn't find it in the list of modules). I'd be very surprised if no one is still using it. The module uses a library, and it's not my level to handle it.
A few words about myself. I'm not a developer, but a regular user of Drupal 7, which I've been using for about 8 - 9 years. I work mainly with the content of the site, and I do web design as needed and skilled. A few weeks ago I was actively looking for a new CMS, and was about to leave Drupal 7 for good, but came across Backdrop, which I installed locally.
Drupal 7 is very disappointing, as there is no way it can get rid of childish problems, while having such a huge army of programmers. First of all, it's the CKEditor itself: As long as I've been using it, so much of it breaks with some new Drupal updates. Of course, I've tried other text editors as well. How is it possible that Drupal CMS doesn't have its own editor until version 10? Hallelujah!!! Just imagine if MS Word doesn't have its own editor. That's not even funny. (Doesn't the CMS need to work with text at all?)
Drupal is a CMS that is hostile to ordinary users, and therefore loses heavily in popularity to the clumsy but friendly WordPress. WordPress is similar to MS-DOS, but is developing and evolving in the right direction - towards ordinary users. I'm sure it will eventually become like Windows 10. So I hope that Backdrop CMS will absorb all the best from Drupal and become the most popular CMS in the world. There are all the objective factors for that right now.