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Thread began 3/08/2010 5:14 am by tonygmg362159 | Last modified 3/09/2010 3:06 pm by tonygmg362159 | 835 views | 7 replies

neilo

Hi Tony,

Sorry you're still having problems.

With regard to the spacing issue, it seems that the way things are initially set up with HTMLEditor, to get a line between paragraphs you need to hold down 'Shift' and press Enter twice. This is while HTMLEditor is set up (default) to inset <p> tags when just Enter is pressed.

If you change it so that HTMLEditor inserts <br> tags when you press Enter, you would just hit Enter twice to get the space between lines. This seems a little more intuitive to me, so it's how I set mine up.

The way I changed mine was to alter a line in each of the javascript files in the HTMLEditor/custom folder:

in each of the javascript files in your HTMLEditor/custom folder, find the line:

FCKConfig.EnterMode = 'p';

and change it to:

FCKConfig.EnterMode = 'br';

Then upload those files to your live site. I had to close the browser tab and clear my browser cache to see the change.

[There does seem to be an option in the fckconfig.js file for setting this - at or near lines 122-123, but changing those made no difference for me].

You may just want to make this change to the CMS insert and update javascript files, - these are:

contents_insert_ContentValue1.js
contents_update_ContentValue1.js


The line to change is at or near line 34.

There may be a more 'correct' way of doing this, hopefully a WA person will let us know if there is. So back-up any files you may change!

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