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schurtek
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Openwysiwyg

Post by schurtek » Wed Jun 02, 2010 7:38 am

Can someone please help me here?

I have downloaded the latest CMSimple 3.3 I think, though the HTML source says 3.2

I have downloaded the latest Openwysiwyg and followed the instructions at http://www.nmud.de/downloads/openwysiwyg_help.htm

But I have no editor?

I have searched the forums and google... can't find a solution. I want to use this as it is the editor I was using with cmsimple 2.x and simpler to support one editor with my clients...

Karl

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Re: Openwysiwyg

Post by Tata » Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:06 am

1. Check if you have "openwysiwyg.php" saved in "./cmsimple/" directory.
2. Check if you have the "onload();" placed in BODY tag in your template.htm
If you have all this and the editor is still not visible, something else must be wrong.
More comfortible is to use the newer CMSimple_XH. The included FCKeditor is better featured than the openwysiwyg.
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Re: Openwysiwyg

Post by schurtek » Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:21 am

Two reasons why I prefer Openwysiwyg

1. Got three dozen clients using it so makes support easier.
2. I want to offer WysiwygPro as an additional option.

I have to admit that when I chose OW it was because it was the only one I could get working. Seems now, more than two years later it is the exact opposite. SAD :(

I will give FCK a try then since I have exhausted every other option.

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Re: Openwysiwyg

Post by Tata » Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:35 am

It is also possible:
1. Make a simple CMSimple_XH installation
2. Copy your original content.htm -> content/content.htm
3. Delete new ./content/pagedata.php
4. Copy our [your_temlpate] -> ./templates/[your_temlpate] and adjust the ./cmsimple/config.php
This should work basically without problems.
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Re: Openwysiwyg

Post by CMSimple-Styles.com » Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:52 am

Download CMSimple SE from my site, it has an improved OpenWYSIWYG included. Save yourself the troubles... CMSimple SE and XH are almost identical. There is just some changes in the UI and it comes with more stuff.

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Re: How to remove toolbar1

Post by pixturema » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:23 am

Dear all

i using open wysiwyg for my web editor

well i want to remove first toolbar from editor
how can i remove that toolbar

thanks
UDAY

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Re: Openwysiwyg

Post by Tata » Fri Oct 01, 2010 10:14 am

Open/edit openwysiwyg/wysiwyg.js and there comment-out the lines with button definitions (about #260). Here you can also comment-out any other buttons.
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