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I have updated the gsoc branch to use TinyMCE 220.127.116.11.
This should help with Safari 3 support, as well as Word import, and it will let us make use of all the plug-ins that have been released in the last couple of years ;-)
It is still in need of further testing, but should provide a much nicer base to work from.
Great work dude, it's always nice to be using the latest version of these things :-)
Sounds great! :)
However, I get this error when I svn update:
Fetching external item into 'jsparty/tiny_mce2'
svn: Authorization failed
Using the latest version of TinyMCE will be really nice! :)
Maybe we can try out the [url=http://www.silverstripe.com/google-summer-of-code-forum/flat/1517#post1536]TinyMCE fullscreen plugin[/url] again.
Have a great weekend,
I'm getting the same error here.
Okay guys I've changed the access control to give you read access to the new TinyMCE code.
In the new TinyMCE, the toolbar is no longer disabled when focus is lost. Now, when I'm trying to add a link and I switch tabs to copy the URL, the editor no longer becomes disabled forcing me to re-highlight my selection. :)
It may be a bug (maybe editor should be disabled sometimes like it used to be), but for me it is a feature. :)
Is it possible to merge the TinyMce 18.104.22.168 into a silverstripe 2.02 release?