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I’m not sure about that. There are also styles in the js files.
Maybe something can be found in the docs on how to customize colours?
Perhaps you should announce this elsewhere, e.g. the plugins forum, because I think not many people will find it here and I’m sure many would be interested.
I’m going to make a post there as soon as I have a chance to clean it up a bit.
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BTW the EditArea site is down.
Can someone (not) confirm if hak_editarea 0.1 is working with EditArea 0.6.7?
I’m getting a JS error:
editAreaLoader is not defined
Error occurs with both TXP 4.0.4 and 4.0.5.
Yeah… mine doesn’t work at all. 4.0.5 with editarea 0.6.7
no errors, no pretty colours either
Last edited by dazonic (2007-07-30 07:38:57)
hmm. i just tried this plugin out along with editarea 0.6.7. works fine for my (hosted) txp 4.0.5 installation.
Last edited by iblastoff (2007-09-12 20:04:54)
0.6.7 + 4.0.5 works on my local server (Xubuntu 6.06), but not on my hosted site, running I-know-not-what. (Got that same “editAreaLoader is not defined” JS error.) Comparing the two sites, it sure looks like the directory structure and permissions are identical; I don’t know what’s wrong.
To get things working on the hosted site, I edited the plugin to call the gzipped version of the script instead of the php compressor:
echo $js; }
The EditArea docs warn that not all servers can handle that gzipped file, so if it still doesn’t work, try calling the script straight up by replacing “.gz” in the above with “.js”.
same problem, still not working. Did someone find a solution to the problem with JS error: editAreaLoader is not defined ??
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