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  • TinyMCE messed up ordered listed I had to paste from a .docx (using openoffice) and the only way to solve it was to temporary uninstall it and edit the content as HTML.
    However, the "sorcecode" button is available in Description and Summary section. Is there a way to customise the toolbar?

    This question has been answered by donshakespeare. See the first response.

    • What extra did you install that lets you use TinyMCE?
        TinymceWrapper Suite: Complete back/frontend content solution
        Structures: MODX Content Building Revolutionized

      • Quote from: donshakespeare at Oct 28, 2015, 11:46 AM
        What extra did you install that lets you use TinyMCE?
        I installed flexibility5 which needs a few dependencies, here's the full list:

        Ace 1.6.4-pl
        CKEditor 1.3.0-pl
        ClientConfig 1.3.1-pl
        Flexibility 5 2.1.0-pl
        FormIt 2.2.7-pl
        getResources 1.6.1-pl
        MIGX 2.9.6-pl
        NewsPublisher 2.1.0-pl
        pdoTools 2.1.9-pl
        pThumb 2.3.3-pl
        Resizer 1.0.1-pl
        SimpleSearch 1.9.2-pl
        Switch 1.1.0-pl
        TinymceWrapper 2.1.1-beta1
        @
        MODX Revolution 2.4.2-pl

        Thanks
        • discuss.answer
          TinymceWrapper has chunks for your to edit. You will be looking for the chunk to the specific area you want (introtext, content etc) -> find toolbar:"code..."

          For proper assistance, read the support thread (post your any more questions there)
          http://forums.modx.com/thread/?thread=97694&page=1
            TinymceWrapper Suite: Complete back/frontend content solution
            Structures: MODX Content Building Revolutionized

          • Quote from: donshakespeare at Oct 29, 2015, 12:55 PM
            TinymceWrapper has chunks for your to edit. You will be looking for the chunk to the specific area you want (introtext, content etc) -> find toolbar:"code..."

            For proper assistance, read the support thread (post your any more questions there)
            http://forums.modx.com/thread/?thread=97694&page=1
            In the meanwhile I was experimenting with the original TinyMCE plugin which works good but looks bad.
            Anyway thank you for the instructions, I'll try to customise it.