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2007-09-13T02:11:34Z
This editor is light but powerful. It's used in Microsoft's BlogEngine.NET starter kit . You can find it here . It might be a nice addition to the list of choices of text editors.
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mjhufford
2007-09-19T06:57:57Z
I'm not on the dev team yet, but I could take a whack at it. I've tweaked mine so I can use the Telerik RadEditor...good stuff. The TinyMCE looks pretty nice...and clean too.
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2007-09-19T18:04:58Z
mjhufford wrote:

I'm not on the dev team yet, but I could take a whack at it. I've tweaked mine so I can use the Telerik RadEditor...good stuff. The TinyMCE looks pretty nice...and clean too.



Speaking of which, can you provide your RadEditor code? Contact me via PM if you want to e-mail it to me. I can integrate it.
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2007-09-20T06:29:36Z
I just added support for TinyMCE... Very simplistic.
mjhufford
2007-09-20T07:35:08Z
Jaben wrote:

Speaking of which, can you provide your RadEditor code? Contact me via PM if you want to e-mail it to me. I can integrate it.



I think I've got you email address - I just sent the code over to you. Let me know if anything looks weird.

~MJ
mjhufford
2007-09-20T16:04:38Z
By the way, TinyMCE is pretty slick - nice suggestion Jim...and nice implementatin Jaben!
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2007-09-20T16:56:30Z
Thanks. Happily it was simple to add and it works really great.
balochbaahand
2008-11-01T22:21:41Z
Can you please post the implementation and code for adding tinymce.. i tried alot but i am not able to do it..
please help..
balochbaahand
2008-11-02T19:23:45Z
can anyone please help me...
Steviepunk
2008-11-07T04:46:56Z
The code is built into the forum by default now, what you will need is the TinyMCE editor files installed on your server in order for the forum to use them.

If TinyMCE is in place already, then you should be able to select it as the editor in the Admin -> Host Settings -> Editing/Formatting Settings section.

If that doesn't help, then I suggest posting the version of the forum you are using so that someone can help appropriately.
balochbaahand
2008-12-09T20:27:00Z
i have placed the folder on my site inside editor folder of the forum and i have also placed the tinymce .dll file in the bin folder but still it does not work... i am using YAF-v1.9.1.8
balochbaahand
2008-12-16T01:33:53Z
can anyone tell me how to add tinymce as the editor of my forum i tried all but nothing works, please help
benwhyte83
2009-01-21T20:34:18Z
Hey,

I'm also experiencing the same problems as balochbaahand.

I have set up 1.9.3 RC2 but cannot get TinyMCE working. I took the dll file from the .Net package here http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/download.php  and put it in the YAF bin folder. I then selected TinyMCE as the editor in the admin. I also tried putting the tiny_mce folder from the Main Package on this download page in the editors folder in YAF with no luck.

Any ideas?

Thanks


benwhyte83
2009-01-22T18:49:32Z
Thanks for your help Jaben, that worked :)
I was using a newer version of TinyMCE and looks like that wasn't ready in YAF out of the box which is cool.

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