May 26, 2022 in Feedback
Currently, once a CKEditor plugin is installed then a new version of the same plugin cannot be installed.
The only options available to handle this one are to:
And also remove plugins that you installed would be good :,)
As I run into this issue atm with a faulty plugin: YES, this needs to happen NOW 🙂
I cannot get rid of a plugin even if I delete the mention in the IPS Database, remove the files from the plugin directory and reset the cache. The plugin name pops up again in the output cache.
Any ideas on how to manually remove a plugin?
finally found the issue. Theres a "temporary" settingsfile within the "datastore" folder.
Follow these steps to remove a faulty plugin:
/datastore/settings.xxxxxxx.php edit this file and remove the plugin-name from the list of extra plugins
with phpmyadmin in the database:
ibf_core_sys_conf_setting -> ckeditor_extraPlugins conf_value edit here as well and remove the mention of the plugin
go to the plugin directory at applications/core/interface/ckeditor/ckeditor/plugins and delete the plugin folder
Started Monday at 10:14 PM
Leon de Graaff
Started 10 hours ago
Started September 15