OK - I’m using 0.9.2.1 now and still having the same problem. I think I’ve tracked down the issue. The custom string is held in the variable $fck_editor_toolbar_customset. Or at least it should be. The problem appears to be that that variable is not given a value anywhere. I searched all the MODx files and nowhere is there a $fck_editor_toolbar_customset = XXX. So it’s no wonder that it always defaults to the default custom set: [’Bold’,’Italic’,’Underline’,’-’,’Link’,’Unlink’]
Perhaps I’ll look at a 0.9.0 version of MODx and see if I can find out where that value is supposed to be assigned. In the meantime, if anyone knows the intimate details of FCK, please feel free to speak up!
I could be totally wrong.
I’ll play with this and see what I can come up with. Probably something pretty simple...err...or something I overlooked! LOL! I have a few things to look over anyways with the RTE’s so this will be something added to the list.
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