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Customise fails because of malformed XML file

Thread began 8/25/2010 11:39 am by this_is_me | Last modified 8/25/2010 4:09 pm by Jason Byrnes | 502 views | 1 replies |

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Customise fails because of malformed XML file

Strange error occurs after successfully applied HTML Editor.

If I want to customise the Toolbar Set: FCKConfig.ToolbarSets["Custom"],
I keep getting the timer javascript error which was described several times in this forum.
The remedy like deleting / renaming the config folder seems like an overkill.
I found that in each case the XML file(s) are malformed.
e.g. "content_Update_textStyles1.xml"
All that's written in this file is "undefined".
If I manually copy something like:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Styles>
<Style name="forms" element="span" >
<Attribute name="class" value="forms" />
</Style>
</Styles>
into "content_Update_textStyles1.xml", everything works fine. What could be the reason that the xml file is not written correctly?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The XML file will get written improperly if you do not select anything from the list of styles.

In the HTML Editor wizard, go to the styles tab.

Se;ct your CSS page.

In the list of available styles, you must select the styles you wish to include in the styles list.

if you do not make any selections, the XML file gets written as undefined.

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