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CKEditor 4 released today

Thread began 11/27/2012 11:58 am by bill3786 | Last modified 2/27/2013 1:33 pm by Christopher West | 1165 views | 8 replies |

bill3786

CKEditor 4 released today

Ckeditor 4 has been released today, so can a Power CMS installation running version 3.6.5 be upgraged as before by replacing the ckeditor folder with the version 4 folder?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, the file structure of the new CKEditor version is not the same as the previous, it wont work if you copy the file for the new version over the files for the older version.

I have posted a feature request to have the CKEditor version of Design Extender upgraded, but i cannot say when that will happen.

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bill3786

Does that mean existing sites using version 3 could not be upgraded to version 4. only new sites developed with the upgraded Design Extender when it becomes available?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'm sure there will be a way to upgrade CKEditor in existing sites when the Design Extender update becomes available, but at this time, I cant really say since it is not available yet.

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bill3786

Hi Jason

Do you have any more up to date information on the Design Extender update which will allow the use of inline editing with CKeditor 4 ?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Design Extender does not support Inline Editing with CKEditor at this time.

I do not have details for when an update for this will be made available.

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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

I was going to incorporate CKEditor inline editing in one of my projects and Ray said it can be done using custom code and he can help set it up via WebAssist premiere support ticket :)

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bill3786

Thanks Jason

Thanks designerwest, are you going ahead incorporating CKEditor inline editing in one of your projects? If you are, then I would be interested to hear the outcome.

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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Well I do plan to as its a very handy feature of CKEditor...Im just waiting for the right project that would benefit it mostly.

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