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Where is the WYSIWYG editor's CSS?

For our installation, I've successfully edited the colors and background colors according to the PatternSkinCssCookbook, mostly for heading styles. But apparently the editor uses a different CSS file because it still has the original look. I was looking in /pub/System/TinyMCEPlugin but the CSS files there don't contain any directives regarding headings.

How can I add custom styles to override the default styles of the editor? Or, if the editor doesn't handle customizations as elegantly as Foswiki itself, then where can I find the editor's CSS file?

-- TorbenGB - 19 Jul 2010


it would seem that the plugin takes its style definitions directly from /pub/System/PatternSkin/colors.css so in order to fix the heading styles in the editor, I would need to change the original PatternSkin CSS files.

Kind of defeats the purpose of having site-specific CSS in the first place, though...? Sadly, that means I can delete the custom CSS file I made.

-- TorbenGB - 19 Jul 2010

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Subject Configuration
Extension TinyMCEPlugin
Version Foswiki 1.0.9
Status Answered but needs rewriting
Topic revision: r1 - 19 Jul 2010, TorbenGB
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