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  • Okay. This is the first time I’ve ever released anything publicly, and this “thing” will definitly touch a nerve or two. It’s probably safe to say that this is beta quality software since most of you all know that TinyMCE is very complex.

    Basically this plugin will add options and buttons to your WYSIWYG TinyMCE Editor. I’ve included several that had to be modified to work from the plugin directory. Some of them work fine, some work barely, and some won’t work at all. Anyway it’s slightly easier to maintain rather than trying to keep up with changes to /wp-includes/js/tinymce/.

    I expect that some of these will start working better once TinyMCE is upgraded to 2.0.6, I need to check to make sure someone put a bug in Trac about it.

    Anyway feel free to check it out: WP Super Edit

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  • Nice work 🙂

    I downloaded and installed your super editor on wordpress 2.0.3, but it doesent work. Do I have to upgrade wp to 2.0.4 ?

    I’ve downloaded and installed but whenever I activate I lose the wysiwyg editor. and just have the quick links.

    I’m running 2.04

    dont suppose you align images with a class rather than the ‘align’ tag?

    Drat. and Double Drat.

    Really sorry. I just double checked trac and the current version of WordPress. I must have upgraded to newer version of TinyMCE without noting it. I thought it was accepted for WordPress 2.0.3 or higher, but it looks like the changes are only for Milestone 2.1. Which is only availble from SVN.

    Unfortunately storing and linking plugins this way was put into TinyMCE in version

    I misread the changeset and the original ticket in March and I apologize. I have changed the requirement notes on my page.

    looking for long time this kind of editor

    I’ve fixed WP Super Edit to work with WordPress 2.0.4, and you can at least see what options work and what doesn’t. Activating incompatible options will probably cause your editor to disappear.

    I added activation and deactivation hooks to clean stuff up, so you should deactivate and reactivate the plugin after upgrading.

    Also remember that you may have to empty your cache / temporary files to get the editor to reload properly.

    Documentation and Download: WP Super Edit

    Scotty666: A couple of things. Yes, the Style Properties options can set that and more in style attributes. But I bet there is a way to produce a plugin that could go into this set for custom classes. I haven’t gotten that far yet.

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