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Thread: [Updated] Ext.ux.TinyMCE - TinyMCE form field (v0.7b1)

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    Currently a little busy, with other parts of my project, but will give my feedback very soon. Great to see you continue to improve this plugin! Thanks
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    Default Scrolling problem

    Xor,
    This is a great plugin, but I am having a problem when I scroll in a form window.
    I have attached a image to show the results of scrolling in the editor whether I use a scroll-wheel or down arrow I get the same results....

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
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    Timmer,

    IMHO, it looks more like a browser glitch. Have you tried this in other browsers?

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    Default this.ed.theme.resizeTo is not a function

    Hello,
    Great extension ... but I have some problems with the new version, I get the following error:

    this.ed.theme.resizeTo is not a function

    I have a FormPanel where the editor has the anchor: "100% -50" and I get this error when the form is displayed.

    I do have the advanced theme in the themes folder, I'm not sure what is going on. Please help.

    Thank you for your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybertaz View Post
    Great extension ... but I have some problems with the new version, I get the following error:

    this.ed.theme.resizeTo is not a function
    New version requires also version 3.0.7 of TinyMCE itself. This method (resizeTo) was just intrdouced, so if you use older TinyMCE it won't work.
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    I actually have tinyMCE version 3.0.8 ... I downloaded and installed it yesterday... maybe there are some include files that I'm missing..?? Any other ideas that I could try? Thank you for your time and help.

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    Hi!

    I've just checked my examples with 3.0.8. It works, including test with anchors that you've specified. Please try to make a failing test case on base of one of my examples.

    At the same time, I have to admit that first-time resizing works in strange way (though, works w/o errors). I'll hack it when I'd have time.
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    Default Problem with popups

    Looks like the ext popups do not want to work when the field is initialized inside of onready... Even Example #1 on your site does not use the inline popups... Any ideas of why these dont work when initialized this way?

    P.s - Great extension, saving me lots of headaches already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloudon View Post
    At line 427 in Ext.ux.TinyMCE.js an attempt is made to access an element with a class name of mceStatusbar:

    Code:
    var sbar = t.select( "td.mceStatusbar > div" ).first().first();
    
    if( sbar ) {
        h += sbar.getHeight() + 5;
        sbar.setWidth( aw - 2 );
    }
    Because my editor's configuration disables the status bar I do not have an element with the mceStatusbar class in the generated HTML. This results in a 'no properties' error and an incomplete rendering of the editor.

    It is recommended that the return value of select() be checked before attempting to dive deeper into the status bar.
    I had a similiar issue when not using a toolbar:

    tbar has no properties
    /lib/extExtensions/Ext.ux.TinyMCE.js
    Line 101

    If you do a similar check as the suggestion above all works fine, perhaps this needs adding to the next version?

    Code:
    var tbar = Ext.get( Ext.DomQuery.selectNode( "#" + this.ed.id + "_tbl td.mceToolbar" ));
    if (tbar) {					
             var tbars = tbar.select( "> table.mceToolbar" );
    					Ext.DomHelper.append( 
    						tbar, 
    						{ tag: "div", style: { overflow: "hidden" }}, true 
    					)
    					.appendChild( tbars );
    }

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    Default More resize issues

    I am having a problem getting the HTML Editor to resize in a split frame. When I drag the split frame left or right I want my editor to resize accordingly.

    I have set both the width of the editor and the tinyMCE config to 100% and the initial size works fine. Then when I drag the frame splitter the tinyMCE element does not resize. What's the best solution for this?

    Is there a resize event for this UX that I can use? (The idea would be to add a listener on the tinymce object that listens for moving of the split and calls resize).

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