have located the template containing the text editor ( name : editor ) but I'm not able to locate the code snippet that belongs to custom field.
<xf:css src="editor.less" />
<xf:js src="vendor/froala/froala-compiled.full.js, xf/editor.js" />
So if I have a sentence, with a letter:
And I delete or backspace 'a', it will either remove the previous or next newline along with it.
My forum is a writing forum and this is annoying one of my users to no end.
This addon will turn all LaTeX math on your forum to a fancy, sharp and scalable math!
It also adds the "Insert math" button to an editor that greately simplifies the process of adding math to your messages, threads, pages and so on. It also works with xenForo AJAX (loading content...
There is an issue with the Redactor rich text editor used for editing posts. Webfonts linked in the XenForo site don't work in it. The problem is because it uses an iFrame, which is a separate environment and doesn't have access to the loaded webfonts in the main frame.
The solution to this is...
One of my users is having trouble using his/her text editor. See the below link for screenshots of the issue posted by the user.
Could this be something in their settings?
I like to write articles. It is easy and convenient to prepare them on MS Word.
But, when we are copying text from Word to Xenforo's Text Editor, it inserts additional empty lines on every line.
Maybe, it will be easy to add, for instance, some button on Editor's panel for clearing the...
I get to edit a lot of messages. Each time I hit "Edit" I'm taken to this view:
I want to change the vertical position of the browser window to start with the upper border of the text editor's tool bar once "Edit" has been hit:
Can this be done by editing templates? If so, how?
Operating System : OS X | El Capitan
Browsers Affected : Safari and Firefox
Problem : Text Editor Glitches when Highlighting [When there is a large amount of text in the editor]
This only happens if there is at least enough text to make the scroll bar on the text editor shrink to about...