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Important New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Leviosa on December 9th 2013, 11:28 am

First topic message reminder :

NEW EDITOR in your Administrative Panel
Dear members,

Forumotion is very happy to announce the arrival of the new editor in your administrative panel. :wouhou:
The editor has already proven its worth on the front. That's why, we have decided to unify them.

We took the opportunity to correct some annoying bugs on the front editor in the process.

Previously, your editor looked like


Now, both (Admin panel & Front) look like:



We hope you enjoy this new update

Please note:

Exclamation As with all new update, our technicians are still working on the deployment of this new editor. We apologize in advance for any
unexpected bugs.

Exclamation For Phpbb2 or punbb

Some of phpbb2 or punbb forums with customized template have a
shrunk editor:


To solve the problem please follow those recommendations:

If you:
- have a Phpbb2 or punbb forum
- You have customized
overall_header template

You must:
- either delete your custom overall_header template
- or change the following code

Code:
ticker_start({switch_ticker.HEIGHT}, {switch_ticker.SPACING},
{switch_ticker.SPEED}, '{switch_ticker.DIRECTION}',
{switch_ticker.STOP_TIME});

By this one:

Code:

$(document).ready(function() {
ticker_start({switch_ticker.HEIGHT},
 {switch_ticker.SPACING}, {switch_ticker.SPEED},
'{switch_ticker.DIRECTION}', {switch_ticker.STOP_TIME});
});


Regards

ForuMotion Staff.
A ForuMotion Important Announcement


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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by SLGray on December 23rd 2013, 10:55 pm

@Shainy wrote:This is how my screen look in quick reply..



And this is in post prewiew..

I really do not see any issues with the editor in the screenshots.


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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Kite Trojan on December 24th 2013, 12:36 am

Code:
    ticker_start({switch_ticker.HEIGHT}, {switch_ticker.SPACING},
    {switch_ticker.SPEED}, '{switch_ticker.DIRECTION}',
    {switch_ticker.STOP_TIME});
I cannot find it in my templates.

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Shainy on December 24th 2013, 12:45 am

@SLGray wrote:

I really do not see any issues with the editor in the screenshots.

Here, you can see that my screen is wide and have scroll bar down


That only hapends when prewiew option is on, and when I send private message to member


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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by SLGray on December 24th 2013, 1:50 am

I have scroll bars on my screen when I am on the support forum. That is not an issue related to the editor.


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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Shainy on December 24th 2013, 8:41 am

@SLGray wrote:I have scroll bars on my screen when I am on the support forum. That is not an issue related to the editor.

I understand, but this was not before new editor in admin panel. Everything was fine for all screen resolutions. I tested on my test forum, which is also phpbb2 and without any modified template and the screen is also wide when post preview and when try to post new thread or private message. Maybe thats the problem only for phpbb2 forums?

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Leviosa on December 26th 2013, 11:54 am

Hello

Following your recommendations and remarks about HTML pages, our technicians have found a suitable solution.
We are testing it internally.

The update will probably be online after New Year. I will inform you asap.

Thanks for your understanding

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by rojeh on December 26th 2013, 3:51 pm

Buttercup wrote:
@Ultron's Vision wrote:Even though the editor has been updated in the admin panel, there clearly still is the same issue as before with mobile phones not being able to properly render the editor for whatsoever reason.
I'm starting to wonder if the dev team even knows how many people use mobile phones to browse their forumotion forums nowadays, and it's plain annoying for me who is majorly bound to his phone.

Nevertheless, an update is an update. It was a small one, but still, thanks.
Hello,

Thanks for sharing your view. We understand your trouble, however mobile phone problem is a different subject. We obviously take into account your remark.
Smile


@rojeh wrote:By the way , you mentioned that the previous editor looked like this

Hello,

The new editor is for all forums. You cannot switch to the previous one. But, I am sure you will manage to use the new one Wink


Eh, you didn't understand question.
Read my actual question here > help.forumotion.com/t128822-new-editor-in-your-administrative-panel#862648

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Ange Tuteur on December 26th 2013, 5:02 pm

@rojeh wrote:Eh, you didn't understand question.
Read my actual question here > help.forumotion.com/t128822-new-editor-in-your-administrative-panel#862648

Hello ,

I believe you have overlooked my message :

SethC1995 wrote:Yes,

That was when you clicked the bouton to edit in the Administration panel. It was available in areas of the AP such as : Widgets, HTML page, descriptions..

It was usually above the textarea.

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Allameris on January 7th 2014, 12:09 pm

Hello, I have one problem with editor because I do it for what there wrote I change code in the overall_header but I dont see this icons for and remove editor because I want him deactive. pls help me Crying or Very sad

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Jophy on January 7th 2014, 2:50 pm

Hello,

For questions, I suggest you to post a new topic on the support sections for reference for the pro admin, and for you to be able to get an answer.


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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by SLGray on January 7th 2014, 8:26 pm

@Allameris wrote:Hello, I have one problem with editor because I do it for what there wrote I change code in the overall_header but I dont see this icons for and remove editor because I want him deactive. pls help me Crying or Very sad
There is no need for that image any more. The editor is just like the editor in your forum. You have two modes: normal and WYSIWYG.


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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Ultron's Vision on January 8th 2014, 2:47 pm

Excellent choice to include an HTML editor.

Coding is going to be a lot more pleasant now with proper HTML syntax highlighting.

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Teddystein on January 9th 2014, 3:59 pm

Hello,

I'm sorry if I missed some information, but I want to ask if the problem with the new editor changing the written HTML has already been solved?

I'm currently helping my friend who's moving his forum to forumotion from another server, but we're stuck in the process for over a few weeks because every time I try to create a HTML code the new editor is changing it in a way that prevents me from continuing my work. The forum users are getting impatient. Wink

Thank you in advance.

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Leviosa on January 9th 2014, 4:02 pm



No help without your forum url
No support via private message



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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Teddystein on January 9th 2014, 4:25 pm

Oh, I see. But what should I do when the problem occurs when I try to edit the homepage message's code? ._.'

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Van-Helsing on January 10th 2014, 12:42 pm

Excellent Editor. Congratulations for the new update.

Best Regards,
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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by felicity4us2 on January 12th 2014, 8:47 pm

http://www.igdid.com

I have had to delete many of the codes that were previously on our board. There was no error in the html, but wouldn't work with the new editor.

Oh well.... back to the drawing board.

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Important Re: New Editor in your Administrative Panel

Post by Jophy on January 24th 2014, 4:59 am

Hello,

If you encounter new problems with the editor(both in the forum and admin panel), please report your problems here:
http://help.forumotion.com/t129120-582-ie-problem-v2-editor-bugs

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