July 12, 2015 in Feedback
Is there a way to add more font colours to the font menu?There is a very limited amount of colours currently...I'm a pretty big fan of being able to choose "more colours" and picking some better options.Having access to different blues and greens (teal) is kind of essential for me.
It would be nice to have a better color picker, similar to something like this used in other scripts.
Or even something like the color picker that already exists in the theme editor:
You can extend it yourself:
You can extend it yourself:http://docs.ckeditor.com/#!/guide/dev_colorbutton
I suppose. But the default could probably be a nicer color selector.
Just add the colour dialog plugin....
Yes, the default could be a nicer color selector, but then the default may not then be to others liking (I'd be straight on here asking to reduce it)
Just add the colour dialog plugin....http://ckeditor.com/addon/colordialogYes, the default could be a nicer color selector, but then the default may not then be to others liking (I'd be straight on here asking to reduce it)
I just tried that on my site and it managed to change my CKEditor theme and the "reset" option didn't change it back. Ended up messing around for half an hour to get it back to the IPS theme. o_O
Then you might want to download the version that is compatible with CKEditor 4.4, which is what is in use on IPS4 at present.
Just tested it out (again) and it works perfectly fine - download the zip, go into the ACP, go to customize the toolbars, click add button and upload the zip. Result: 'More Colors' link added to the existing color dialog.
Thanks for the help guys. The version 4.4 plugin at http://ckeditor.com/addon/colordialog worked perfectly.
First time ever trying this and I want to make sure I am doing it right. It's ACP>Customize Toolbar> Add Button>Custom?
Nope - it's a CKEditor Plugin, so you use that tab and upload the zip.
I don't see a place to upload it in the ACP. I do see these instructions:
To install a new plugin, upload the plugin directory to the /applications/core/interface/ckeditor/ckeditor/plugins directory, then visit this page and select the plugin from the list.
I am so not a techie. What exactly is that asking me to do? FTP? Config? This looks like something that is beyond my ability to do.
No idea where you are seeing that.....so here's the instructions:
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