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Item10724: Update to WYSIWYG Editor to TinyMCE 3.4.7

Priority: Enhancement
Current State: Closed
Released In: 1.1.5
Target Release: patch
Applies To: Extension
Component: TinyMCEPlugin
Reported By: Foswiki:Main.PaulHarvey
Waiting For:
Last Change By: GeorgeClark
Seeing some FF4 js errors. Hopefully we won't have to go to TinyMCE 3.4 (possible pain).

-- PaulHarvey - 09 May 2011

Testing on trunk first.

-- PaulHarvey - 20 Aug 2011

3.4.5. Fixing Item11146

-- PaulHarvey - 24 Sep 2011

3.4.6 now.

-- PaulHarvey - 13 Oct 2011

3.4.7 now

-- PaulHarvey - 08 Nov 2011

I found the following bug in firefox 8 and IE9. If I create a table using wiki syntax and on the next line use the "insert table" button, the two tables get merged into one. Doing the reverse operation however, keeps the tables separate.

-- SteveLin - 22 Nov 2011

My previous comment applies to foswiki 1.1.3 with WYSIWYG version 1.1.3.

With WYSIWYG 1.1.2 the behavior is different between firefox 8 and IE9.

In FF8, I created a table with wiki syntax, followed by one using "insert table" button and they got merged into one. Reversing the order resulted in the same thing (unlike when I used WYSIWYG 1.1.3).

In IE9, if I create a table with Insert Table button, I cannot add a new line of text after the table. The editor just inserts my text in the bottom right cell of the table. My workaround it to make sure the table is not the last element in the topic. For example, I put a dummy text character at the end of the topic and then inserted a table before that character.

-- SteveLin - 22 Nov 2011
Topic revision: r33 - 11 Apr 2012, GeorgeClark - This page was cached on 27 May 2018 - 03:08.

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