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I need to edit the wysiwyg and none wysiwyg editors but I am unable to find the templates to them.

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Hi,

The WYSIWYG editor is a separate component, made by a different group. It is located under data/areaedit.  It mostly isn't templated however – it's look & feel is a combination of browser functionality, and Javascript generated HTML.


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umm am I able to distribute  it then?

Also are both of them there?

All I want to do is add some thing next to code.


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screw this I will make my own.
Where in the template would I have it look for a different one?

Home - SOLMETRA ← I like their editor more appealing and firefox compatible unlike the one used for ocPortal.


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umm am I able to distribute  it then?

Anything under the data/areaedit directory may be distributed according to the 'htmlArea License'; this means, almost freely.

Also are both of them there?

Browser functionality is hard-coded into the web browsers, but all other functionality of the editor is under the editor directory. There is some code in the JAVASCRIPT_EDITING and JAVASCRIPT_POSTING templates that ties the editor into ocPortal. It would be possible to change those templates to work with a new editor, but it requires an advanced understanding of web technologies.

The editor used in ocPortal is fully compatible with Firefox. The crash situation that prevents us using the editor multiple times on a form is some kind of bug within Firefox itself – if it was a bug in the editor itself, it couldn't crash the whole web browser (all running tabs and windows).


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  your looking at the wrong firefox bug. I never said any thing about the bug you mentioned.
I mean the one that has right click disabled. See the attachment.
Not only that bug but the firefox spell check is also disabled.

 

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umm am I able to distribute  it then?
  Anything under the data/areaedit directory may be distributed according to the 'htmlArea License'; this means, almost freely.

Also are both of them there?
  Browser functionality is hard-coded into the web browsers, but all other functionality of the editor is under the editor directory. There is some code in the JAVASCRIPT_EDITING and JAVASCRIPT_POSTING templates that ties the editor into ocPortal. It would be possible to change those templates to work with a new editor, but it requires an advanced understanding of web technologies.

The editor used in ocPortal is fully compatible with Firefox. The crash situation that prevents us using the editor multiple times on a form is some kind of bug within Firefox itself - if it was a bug in the editor itself, it couldn't crash the whole web browser (all running tabs and windows).
  Honestly I am starting to feel you need a degree to even run ocPortal and thats no joke.

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so where is (look at attachment) in the folder for the editor?



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These Comcode icons are a part of the ocPortal editing interface, and not a part of the WYSIWYG editor itself (they're shown when WYSIWYG is off also). Basically the WYSIWYG editor is contained within it's box.

The location of these files isn't fixed, as they are themeable. However the default theme files are in themes\default\images\EN\comcodeeditor


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Chris Graham said

These Comcode icons are a part of the ocPortal editing interface, and not a part of the WYSIWYG editor itself (they're shown when WYSIWYG is off also). Basically the WYSIWYG editor is contained within it's box.

The location of these files isn't fixed, as they are themeable. However the default theme files are in themes\default\images\EN\comcodeeditor

Then why when I asked if both were in that folder did you tell me they were and now your telling me only one of them is in that editor folder?

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amichan said

Also are both of them there?

See I asked you if both were in there.

I run http://otakuplayground.com and am hopping to make themes and other things for ocportal even though I no longer use it for otakuplayground.com I still love it and feel it could go far with the right help. It needs themes and needs people to advertise for it.
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Chris Graham said

These Comcode icons are a part of the ocPortal editing interface, and not a part of the WYSIWYG editor itself (they're shown when WYSIWYG is off also). Basically the WYSIWYG editor is contained within it's box.

The location of these files isn't fixed, as they are themeable. However the default theme files are in themes\default\images\EN\comcodeeditor

So you could have saved us both a lot of time if you had mentioned the above to my first post. How ever I do not want to edit the existing images but add an image.

I run http://otakuplayground.com and am hopping to make themes and other things for ocportal even though I no longer use it for otakuplayground.com I still love it and feel it could go far with the right help. It needs themes and needs people to advertise for it.
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 See I want to add it to both.
Here are images to help you.
The image and function I want to add is quote so that when I want to quote some thing I can even though its actually on this site that the problem exists.

 






See I want to add it to both and those are images of the both I am talking about.

I run http://otakuplayground.com and am hopping to make themes and other things for ocportal even though I no longer use it for otakuplayground.com I still love it and feel it could go far with the right help. It needs themes and needs people to advertise for it.
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