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Plugin manager for CKEditor


KVentz
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Today adding new plugins to the CKEditor is a lottery: maybe it will work, maybe it will ruin the editor completely. No previews, no tests, no undo. If a plugin brake the editor, the only thing you can do is to reset it. And add all previous plugins manually again and arrange all the buttons again. Managing CKEditor plugins in Invision Community is a very implicit process. 

I think Plugin manager for CKEditor will help many Invision Community customers who are not limited to standard CKEditor capabilities.

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I also had a few times so that after adding the plugin, the editor was completely crumbling... Then the only solution is to restore the default configuration and set all buttons from scratch. 😕 

On 12/14/2021 at 4:28 PM, KVentz said:

I think Plugin manager for CKEditor will help many Invision Community

Surely, but IPS Team must first update the editor to a newer 5.x version and then they will probably think about some manager.

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