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Can't insert images into Power CMS text editor from fil manager using Internet Explorer 11

Thread began 12/09/2013 2:48 am by Rune Brynestad | Last modified 8/04/2014 2:16 pm by Jason Byrnes | 2324 views | 10 replies |

Rune Brynestad

Can't insert images into Power CMS text editor from the file manager using Internet Explorer 11

A few customers report that they can no longer insert images into Power CMS text editor from the file manager after upgrading to Internet Explorer 11 I've tested and it's true.

I'm attaching some screen shots. IE 11 freezes in the last picture

Any workaround ?

Regards
Rune

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In the webasssist/kfm/index.php file add the following code in the head section:

<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=9" >
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Rune Brynestad

Sorry Jason

This is a fix for missing upload button in IE10. This approach does not work for IE 11.

Regards
Rune

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Rune Brynestad

Sorry to nag, but I keep getting more inquiries from customers reporting problems with the Power CMS file manager in IE 11.

Regards
Rune

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The CKEditor Files need to be updated to version 4.3.1 which has had IE 11 bugs addressed.

in the webassist/ folder, rename the ckeditor folder to ckeditor_bak

On this page:
download

click the button to launch CK Builder. Select to use the Full Preset, and the Kama Skin.

Copy the downloaded CKEditor folder to the webassist folder in your site.

from the ckeditor_back folder, copy the following three files:
ckeditor.php
ckeditor-php4.php
ckeditor-php5.php


and paste them in the new ckeditor folder.

Since you are using the Power CMS Version of Design Extender with live edit:
-rename the ckeditor/config.js file to cofig_orig.js
-in the ckeditor_back folder, copy the config.js and past it to the new ckeditor folder.
-ckeditor_back/plugins folder copy the cms_source folder and past it to the new ckeditor/plugins folder

you will need to clear the browsers cache to see the updates take effect.

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Rune Brynestad

Perfect solution.

Thank you very much for looking into this.

Ragards
Rune

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Glad to hear it is working.

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DarylBeta Tester

Hi Jason

Is there a similar step to the last one for Powerstore?

"ckeditor_back/plugins folder copy the cms_source folder and past it to the new ckeditor/plugins folder"

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

  Is there a similar step to the last one for Powerstore?  



it's not a similar step, it's the exact same thing. Copy the original plugins to the new CKeditor files.

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DarylBeta Tester

Hmmm..

I couldn't find the plugin mentioned earlier in this thread.

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