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HTML editor: please, can you fix that ugly Times in dialog boxes?

Thread began 10/23/2009 6:59 am by ivanhalen12190 | Last modified 3/21/2013 4:57 pm by ivanhalen12190 | 2145 views | 13 replies


Ok, guys, I put you in the right direction!
With a file/folder compare utility I found that folders "editor" are the same both in WA version and in original FCKeditor one: so the problem should be somewhere else

I noticed the code generated by WA version and original FCKeditor: in the WA version there's this line:

<input type="hidden" id="EDITOR___Config" value="CustomConfigurationsPath=../custom/editor_EDITOR1.js" style="display:none" />

While in FCKeditor the same line is:

<input type="hidden" id="FCKeditor1___Config" value="" style="display:none" />

Guess what? If I remove the "value" string (<input type="hidden" id="EDITOR___Config" value="" style="display:none" />) the fonts are magically fixed!

So it's something related to the generated custom file, maybe some wrong path: can you check, please?

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