toolbar_location : "bottom",
TinyMCE 5.2.0 was released to the community earlier this week, which added a new toolbar_location setting that can be used to set where the toolbar should be rendered. The valid values are 'top' (default) or 'bottom'. Here's a fiddle to show how to use the new setting/feature: http://fiddle.tinymce.com/8bhaab/1.
There is one issue we're aware of with the new feature when opening an inline dialog (eg search and replace) when sticky toolbars is also enabled. We'll include a fix for that in a future release. Please let us know if you have any further issues.
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