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Known Issue: "Toolbar 'Custom' does not exist!" and Work Around

Thread began 10/22/2009 6:49 pm by Jason Byrnes | Last modified 3/07/2010 8:54 am by Jason Byrnes | 4623 views | 21 replies

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Any progress on this problem? I encountered it trying to apply an editor to a dynamically named textarea and following the directions above did not resolve it.

I was also baffled that it wanted to name the element bio_php_echo_1 but the drop down also offered bio_<php echo $cnt1; ?>

I would humbly suggest that if all editing of the toolbar and styles is done by presets, that there be an option for site wide rather than DW wide presets. Anytime I apply a css file and styles, it will probably be just for that site and I don't want a ton of presets to accumulate, but I don't want to delete the site's presets either.

I am hopeful, but I am still struggling with this to the point it is easier to apply ckeditor myself than to use the extension.

Meanwhile, I have cleaned everything I did out and removed the generated presets and will try again tomorrow. The only variation on what I did was I customized the toolbar and did not create the preset at all. When I got the error, I came back and followed this procedure to generate a preset, but the error was still there. It might have been a caching error or because of my initial edit.

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