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#13 2018-05-31 11:33:10

jayrope
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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

That sounds fixable. If you’d supply more detail someone here might be able to help.


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#14 2018-05-31 11:50:11

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

jayrope wrote #312208:

That sounds fixable. If you’d supply more detail someone here might be able to help.

According to the official configuration method:
https://www.tinymce.com/docs/get-started/upload-images/
https://www.tinymce.com/docs/configure/file-image-upload/
https://www.tinymce.com/docs/advanced/php-upload-handler/

An error occurred while uploading a local image…

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#15 2018-05-31 12:15:47

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Which error?
EDIT: And obviously those tinymce links are not where you upload your images. I suppose you need to specify to tinymce’s prefs to use an image folder on your website.

Last edited by jayrope (2018-05-31 12:17:18)


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#16 2018-05-31 12:21:00

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Three configurations have been tried, with the following mallocations: HTTP 400, undefined file names, and loading status after uploading

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#17 2018-05-31 14:35:44

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

I’m sorry, can’t see through this either. I think your questions would probably rather get answered in the tinymce forums.

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#18 2018-05-31 15:42:53

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

jayrope wrote #312219:

I wrote an editor plug-in and now I can upload pictures. The only drawback of the editor is that the uploaded images are not recognized by the image management panel. Other jobs are normal.

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#19 2018-05-31 15:51:59

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Hope that developers have the time to develop a working editor

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#20 2018-06-03 16:22:02

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Summer wrote #312222:

jayrope wrote #312219:

I wrote an editor plug-in and now I can upload pictures. The only drawback of the editor is that the uploaded images are not recognized by the image management panel. Other jobs are normal.

Congratulations to this. I have to remark, though, that none of my clients ever missed a text editor. Learning the few Textile options and one image tag doesn’t seem to create any trouble here.


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#21 2018-06-03 17:46:11

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

jayrope

For ordinary users, the cost of learning textiles is too high and it is inconvenient to use.
Currently Textpattern is just my own use.
Ordinary users need an intuitive, convenient, simple and fast production environment.
Emmm… Currently Textpattern can’t do it yet.

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#22 2018-06-03 19:14:21

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Summer wrote #312282:

For ordinary users, the cost of learning textiles is too high…

It seems, that we know different kinds of ordinary. Most of my customers are inexperienced at first, but all of them eager to learn and fast in working themselves into how it works. The way Textpattern works currently wasn’t ever a problem for any of them, some of which converted from Wordpress, because they found that overcrowded backend tiring and confusing.

Last edited by jayrope (2018-06-03 19:14:48)


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