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[Resolved] [Plugin: CKEditor For WordPress] Ckeditor for WordPress and Mailpress

  • Hi,

    Great Plugin I use CKeditor on every site I create.

    But I have a problem with the new mail page in MailPress and CKeditor for WordPress.
    The links to change the template and change the date don’t work. My
    set up:
    WordPress 3.2.1
    Mailpress 5.1.1
    CKeditor for WordPress 3.6.2
    Thats it.

    The MailPress forum sent me here as it seems to be a CKeditor conflict.
    I can ask my client to disable the CKedtor everytime they want to manually send an newsletter but I would like to know if there was a solution for this so that they can change the email template or send date.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Todd

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ckeditor-for-wordpress/

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  • Plugin Author michal

    @michal_cksource

    Hi,
    can you check in Firebug console (Firefox add-on) if they are any errors ?
    Please check also in Firebug’s net tab if all request are correct.

    Hi,
    I took a look on my live site. There is only this error:
    Error: uncaught exception: [CKEDITOR.resourceManager.load] Resource name “wordpress” was not found at “http://mysite.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/ckeditor.styles.js?t=B8DJ5M3″.

    Everything works in Posts and pages. The problem on the mailpress page is the sliding jquery effect doesn’t open when you click on a link.

    But I think I tracked it down to mailpress afterall. On a local install the Firefox error console through back this error:
    Error: autosave.init is not a function
    Source File: http://localhost/debug/wp-content/plugins/mailpress/mp-admin/js/write.js?ver=3.2.1
    Line: 20

    I removed the autosave function (I probably won’t need it anyways for the newsletters)
    and the links slide open again. Now to see if it works on the live site!

    Thanks for you help with the error console trick. I use Chrome so I didn’t know about that.

    Cheers!

    Todd

    Plugin Author michal

    @michal_cksource

    Ok, good that you resolve your problem. I will try check what happens with CKEditor and mailpress plugin, maybe there is some conflict. In Chrome console is under ‘F12’ shortcut 😉

    Plugin Author michal

    @michal_cksource

    I added small fix to this issue. It will be publish with next plugin version.

    Hello,

    Some time ago, you (Michal_cksource) posted a fix for pasting tect from Word to WP. It entailed changing some features in the CK Editor area as such: config.pasteFromWordRemoveFontStyles=false;
    config.pasteFromWordRemoveStyles=false;

    I changed this and the text, font and colors pasted in fine to WP. However, the main reason why I am composing in Word is that I am using images like arrows, circles and script that looks Handwritten. You can choose the formatting within Word to have the image appear in front of or behind the text and thereby have the shapes appear like they are written onto the page with a pen or marker (very slick).

    the shapes don’t translate into wordpress correctly. I can simply insert these images (circles, arrows, etc) as images, but I need them to appear IN FRONT of the text.

    Any ideas??

    Plugin Author michal

    @michal_cksource

    You can use http://docs.cksource.com/ckeditor_api/symbols/CKEDITOR.config.html#.pasteFromWordCleanupFile option and create custom JS file to serve paste from Word for your needs.
    Please look at http://docs.cksource.com/ckeditor_api/symbols/src/plugins_pastefromword_filter_default.js.html as example.

    This topic is not the best place to discussion about Word and pasting. If you have more question please create new ticket and link it here.

    thank you michal_cksource for supporting MailPress in your ckeditor plugin !

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