Also happening on IE7
FF3 is OK
All fixed. It is this line
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oFCKeditor.Width = '600'; oFCKeditor.Height = '300'; [color=red]oFCKeditor.Config['DocType'] = 'DTD HTML';[/color] oFCKeditor.Config['SkinPath'] = oFCKeditor.BasePath + 'editor/skins/silver/' ; oFCKeditor.ToolbarSet = 'Custom' ;
removing that line won't really help tho, as it might make it not validate properly. Also there is usually more spill over than just that that gets added... all in all FCKEditor is teh suck Dunno how it got so popular.. but i guess it was better than htmlarea and whatever else there was at the time.
Does anybody know of another editor that has this functionality?
I've started using FCKeditor in other projects.
I'd like to continue to run with FCKeditor for now, however this is something I intend on making highly configurable so if you do wish to use TinyMCE it will be fairly straight forward to achieve.
I expect this in v0.8.
Yer, it's stupid. I conclude that fckeditor is stupid but IE is the King Of StupidityQphoria wrote: it seems to happen when it loads funny... like if you stop the page load in the middle of loading and refresh or save and stop it and then resave... I still see it now and again.
What do you mean?Qphoria wrote: lol i think you just answered your own question.
I have seen the TinyMCE in several relatively modern CMSes, but none of them included the complete filemanagement-system that the demo-version on their (TinyMCE) website has. Since they also offer the filemanagment-tool for buying on the same pages, I am not sure, whether the latest TinyMCE includes the tool already or whether it is only available as a plugin for the editor, meaning you have to pay for it to get the fully featured functionality. Maybe only the latest version of TinyMCE includes that and the CMSes had older ones implemented or they had that feature disabled, I don't know.
I have not downloaded, installed/implemented and used the newest version, that's why I only know the versions without the cool filemanagement - hence my question.
If you know better, please let us know.
Probably not, that was why I wondered that it is implemented in the demo of TinyMCE on their site.Qphoria wrote:Well if they are charging for it, its not too likely they will give it away free.planetgroove wrote:What do you mean?Qphoria wrote: lol i think you just answered your own question.
To cut the (now) long story short: Did one of you test, whether that filemanager is originally delivered with TinyMCE? That is the relevant question that interests me. All what we did until now is mere speculation. As said, the demo-version of TinyMCE on their site includes that filemanager. If nobody knows for sure, it seems I have to download it for myself, I'm afraid. Whether with or without the dictionary ...
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