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Installed 5.1.0(beta).

Rushed to check whether the new CKEditor made any difference to the load time in Firefox. It doesn't. Editor now disabled for good via OcCLE. I actually LIKE the original editor!

A couple of early errors to report:
1. When running the editor I get this error thrown up at the top of the screen:
A parameter, OLD_CONTENTS, is referenced in the template, THEME_EDIT_CSS_SCREEN, but not passed
2. When doing the upgrade couldn't find data/ckeditor/CHANGES.html. Not in either, the installer or the manual download

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Hi,

You're getting mixed up between the WYSIWYG editor and the code editor, which is understandable.
The WYSIWYG editor is used e.g. on making a news post. The Code editor is used e.g. when editing a template, and hasn't been changed.

I think you have admin_themes.php overridden.

And CHANGES.html is a minor bug thanks.


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Chris Graham said

You're getting mixed up …

I think you have admin_themes.php overridden.

The first: not an unusual occurrence!

The second: Yes, there was an admin_themes.php quietly sitting in the adminzone/pages/modules_custom folder. Deleted it.

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