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TinyConfig 2.0
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<p>TinyConfig is a tiny module that let's you configure the WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE. With this module you can setup toolbars per user group and define a simple set of toolbars which can be used for the comments form for example.</p> <p>TinyConfig 2 package comes with the TinyMCE 3.5 branch&nbsp;which makes the package less tiny than before. The 3.5 version includes HTML5 support, style preview support, rewritten noneditable plugin, selection and caret behavior changes/fixes, new enter/return logic and much more</p> <p><strong>Configuration</strong></p> <p>The following options can be configured:</p> <ul> <li>Verify HTML</li> <li>Convert URLs</li> <li>Relative URLs</li> <li>Fix lists</li> <li>Forced root block (let's you choose between p-tags and br-tags)</li> <li>Schema (HTML4 or HTML5)</li> <li>CSS (use custom CSS for editor area)</li> </ul> <p><br /><strong>Toolsets</strong><br /><br />Here you can define the toolbars and skin of the editor per user group. <br /><br />Upon installation of TinyConfig the toolsets for Webmasters,<br />Registered Users and Anonymous are defined by default. You can modify these toolsets as you like.<br />For each other user group you have to submit the toolsets form once.<br /><br />The following options can be set up:</p> <ul> <li>Plugins</li> <li>Button bar 1</li> <li>Button bar 2</li> <li>Button bar 3</li> <li>Button bar 4</li> <li>Toolbar location</li> <li>Elements path location</li> <li>Resize</li> <li>Select skin</li> <li>Select skin variant</li> </ul> <p>Button bar 4 is optional. This field is empty by default.<br /><br /><br /><strong>Simple Toolsets</strong><br /><br />With this form you can define a simple set of toolbars. The idea is that this can be used for the comments for example or modules where&nbsp;a basic set of options for all users is required like a forum module.<br /><br />The following options can be set up:</p> <ul> <li>Plugins</li> <li>Button bar 1</li> <li>Button bar 2</li> <li>Toolbar location</li> <li>Elements path location</li> <li>Resize</li> <li>Select skin</li> <li>Select skin variant</li> </ul> <p>At the moment this form can't be used with ImpressCMS or any module. The Simple Toolsets form is for future use.<br /><br />See the readme.txt file in the TinyConfig module folder about how to use the Simple Toolsets in forms.</p> <p><strong>Changelog</strong></p> <ul> <li>Modified for TinyMCE 3.5 branch</li> <li>Removed force_br_newlines/force_p_newlines options</li> <li>Added br_in_pre option to configuration</li> <li>Added TinyMCE 3.5.5 to package</li> <li>Removed plugins from TinyMCE: compat2x, safari</li> <li>New TinyMCE plugins: example_dependency, visualblocks<br /><strong></strong></li> </ul> <p><strong>Installation</strong><br /><br />To use TinyConfig you'll need ImpressCMS 1.3+.<br /><br />The download package contains three folders: <em>editors, libraries</em> and <em>modules</em>.<br />Before you can upload the package to your server you have to delete your current TinyMCE editor (editor\tinymce)<br />Just upload the three folders to your server.<br />The folder <em>editors</em> contains TinyMCE 3.5.5.<br />The folder <em>libraries</em> contains the library Lytebox for the tool tips in the forms.<br /><br />Install TinyConfig from the Module Administration like any other module.<br /><br /><strong>TinyMCE 3.5</strong></p> <p>Information about the 3.5 branch of TinyMCE can be found in the TinyMCE forum <a href="http://www.tinymce.com/forum/viewforum.php?id=2" target="_blank">here</a>.<br />Also the <a href="http://www.tinymce.com/develop/change ... ex.php?type=tinymce" target="_blank">changelog</a> provides information about all the changes that have been made.</p>

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Re: TinyConfig 2.0
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<p>Might be time to fix the editor(s) used for the forum! <img title="Evil or Very Mad" src="http://community.impresscms.org/uploa ... il3dbd4e1748cc9.gif" alt="Evil or Very Mad" border="0" /></p>

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That's a config error on our part. I changed the default editor to use only the DHTML editor.
Can you let me know if this doesn't solve the problem?

Thanks!

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Re: TinyConfig 2.0
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As I can't fix the text in the first topic I'll post it again:


TinyConfig is a tiny module that let's you configure the WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE. With this module you can setup toolbars per user group and define a simple set of toolbars which can be used for the comments form for example.

TinyConfig 2 package comes with the TinyMCE 3.5 branch which makes the package less tiny than before. The 3.5 version includes HTML5 support, style preview support, rewritten noneditable plugin, selection and caret behavior changes/fixes, new enter/return logic and much more.


Configuration

The following options can be configured:
• Verify HTML
• Convert URLs
• Relative URLs
• Fix lists
• Forced root block (let's you choose between p-tags and br-tags)
• Schema (HTML4 or HTML5)
• CSS (use custom CSS for editor area)


Toolsets

Here you can define the toolbars and skin of the editor per user group.

Upon installation of TinyConfig the toolsets for Webmasters,
Registered Users and Anonymous are defined by default. You can modify these toolsets as you like.
For each other user group you have to submit the toolsets form once.

The following options can be set up:
• Plugins
• Button bar 1
• Button bar 2
• Button bar 3
• Button bar 4
• Toolbar location
• Elements path location
• Resize
• Select skin
• Select skin variant

Button bar 4 is optional. This field is empty by default.


Simple Toolsets

With this form you can define a simple set of toolbars. The idea is that this can be used for the comments for example or modules where a basic set of options for all users is required like a forum module.

The following options can be set up:
• Plugins
• Button bar 1
• Button bar 2
• Toolbar location
• Elements path location
• Resize
• Select skin
• Select skin variant

At the moment this form can't be used with ImpressCMS or any module. The Simple Toolsets form is for future use.

See the readme.txt file in the TinyConfig module folder about how to use the Simple Toolsets in forms.


Changelog
• Modified for TinyMCE 3.5 branch
• Removed force_br_newlines/force_p_newlines options
•Added br_in_pre option to configuration
• Added TinyMCE 3.5.5 to package
• Removed plugins from TinyMCE: compat2x, safari
• New TinyMCE plugins: example_dependency, visualblocks


Installation

To use TinyConfig you'll need ImpressCMS 1.3+.

The download package contains three folders: editors, libraries and modules.
Before you can upload the package to your server you have to delete your current TinyMCE editor (editor\tinymce)
Just upload the three folders to your server.
The folder editors contains TinyMCE 3.5.5.
The folder libraries contains the library Lytebox for the tool tips in the forms.

Install TinyConfig from the Module Administration like any other module.


TinyMCE 3.5

Information about the 3.5 branch of TinyMCE can be found in the TinyMCE forum here.
Also the [url=http://www.tinymce.com/develop/changelog/index.php?type=tinymce]changelog[/b] provides information about all the changes that have been made.

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Re: TinyConfig 2.0
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Forgot to mention in the above text that this is a Release Candidate (RC-1) of TinyConfig.

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Re: TinyConfig 2.0
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Quote:

fiammybe wrote:
That's a config error on our part. I changed the default editor to use only the DHTML editor.
Can you let me know if this doesn't solve the problem?

Thanks!


You can switch it back - I've corrected the module, instead.

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Okay, I switched it back in the core to TinyMCE.

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The forums, though, will be the standard editor

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Hereby the 2nd Release Candidate of TinyConfig 2.0.
The major changes in this version are the return of the force_p_newlines option and the upgrade of TinyMCE to version 3.5.6.

See for more information earlier posts in this topic.

Please test and submit your findings here.

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