Quote from: sriananda at Oct 15, 2018, 04:14 PMHi,
Respect for your work, but after all your hard work, and dedication, I still have to delete the plugin.
Now the error is that the "list button" do not work anymore.
I know you will say it's a bug in TinyMCE, but the other Modx Plugin "Tiny MCE Wrapper" does correctly functions with the "(un)ordered list" button...
All that fancy stuff is great, but if the basics do still have bugs I can't apply it ...
So, what is the issue here? A bug in TinyMCE?
Tiny MCE Wrapper does what correctly?
You are having issues with list button/unordered list button?
I can't seem to find a report about this from anyone else, but I came across an issue after install which I'm not sure if it is just configuration or a bug.
Seems that if I override certain settings with a context setting, the editor on resources (and the content) doesn't show (blank with just the "Content" checkbox).
I've confirmed that if I set `site_url` or `assets_url` in my context settings, this sort of behavior will occur.
Can someone help me determine if this is a new issue, known issue or if there is a configuration change needed?
Also, when I add an image, I have a drop-down for class: There are two pre-defined classes in the list. How do I edit, or add to that list?
Quote from: formulax at Mar 07, 2019, 05:24 PMAlso, when I add an image, I have a drop-down for class: There are two pre-defined classes in the list. How do I edit, or add to that list?
All these settings are in Chunks. Go in your Chunks, into TinyMceWrapper, then into TinyMce, then into Backend. You'll see all the settings file there. Most of what you want is in TinymceWrapperCommonCode and TinymceWrapperContent (and TinymceWrapperTVs). This is all standard Tinymce setting stuff, so you visit that site (https://www.tiny.cloud/docs/configure/editor-appearance/ and other pages in the Configuration Reference section) for details on all the various options you can install.
link_class_list is in TinymceWrapperCommonCode.
Button config (toolbar, toolbar1, toolbar2, etc.) is in TinymceWrapperContent.
FYI, the best practice is to edit the plugin TinymceWrapper itself, set up a new custom property set, add a "chunkSuffix" to the custom property set, and set the System Events to all use the custom property set. If you don't do this, then all the changes you enter into the chunks will get overwritten the next time you upgrade to a newer version of TinymceWrapper.