GothicWizard
2019-03-24T00:10:02Z
Hi watcher, question - I see you maintain the DNN ckeditor code base. Is it the same default editor in DNN 9.2? If I install it will it give me more editor features? Thanks!
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tha_watcha
2019-03-24T06:38:41Z
Originally Posted by: GothicWizard 

Hi watcher, question - I see you maintain the DNN ckeditor code base. Is it the same default editor in DNN 9.2? If I install it will it give me more editor features? Thanks!



My version is the orginal version, which uses the latest ckeditor version and has more features. the default ckeditor is based of on my provider. And was forked without my permission.

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GothicWizard
2019-03-24T16:09:55Z
I am so sorry to hear that, allow me to thank you for all your hard work. Let me say you have the BEST forum for DNN or most any other forum I have ever used in my being online since the early 80s. Thank you again.

That said so all I have to do is install the package and it will over write the default one or will it show up as a separate editor?

tha_watcha
2019-03-25T05:28:41Z
Originally Posted by: GothicWizard 

I am so sorry to hear that, allow me to thank you for all your hard work. Let me say you have the BEST forum for DNN or most any other forum I have ever used in my being online since the early 80s. Thank you again.

That said so all I have to do is install the package and it will over write the default one or will it show up as a separate editor?


It will not override the existing one. You can can select the editor via the web.config or the admin interface.

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