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  • michal

    (@michal_cksource)

    Thank you for noticing this. We try to check and fix this as soon as possible. Please be patient.

    Hi,

    I make a little fix for working CKEditor on ajax comment reply in dashboard – so pls download last DEV version (http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/ckeditor-for-wordpress.zip) and check does it works or not for u.

    After check pls write here result of your test.

    Greetings

    Hi,

    Thank you for getting back to me. I just tried it out, it certainly looks much better, no error is given.
    I can see a simple ckeditor replaces the textarea when clicking reply, this is nice to me since I can’t use quicktags when ckeditor. is enabled.

    I also noticed one thing, the default wordpress behavior is that when the escape key is pressed, the reply box closes. After ckeditor is activated, the behavior is gone. This is good for me as I have hacked the core to stop the behavior.

    Could you show me which files are updated? I replaced default smiley and installed a ckeditor syntax highlighter plugin, do not wish to redo them.

    Anyway, good job, thank you!

    Hi,
    It’s much more harder to add keypressed behavior into CKEditor, so i don’t do this now 🙂 Maybe in the near future i will add this feature – maybe as configuration option – we will see…

    U must replace only includes/ckeditor.utils.js file to see all changes from here.

    Greetings and really thx for review and help.

    Thank you, I will update that file.
    I’m more than happy to live without the keypressed behavior, I even thought WordPress should disable that feature when I choose not to “Enable keyboard shortcuts for comment moderation”.

    mark it as resolved

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