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We have enabled TinyMCE in plugins and still when we wish to edit or send any email, we can only see the plain text box. There is no TinyMCE toolbar appearing. Thus, we are not able to use functions such as bold, italics and so forth. How can we get this working. We already have the latest version of OCS on the conference website.
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Unfortunately, the email fields are not currently TinyMCE-enabled. You could always hand-write the HTML code for bolding/italicizing things, etc.; you could even add this formatting directly to the Prepared Email templates.
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I'm trying to add html codes to the emails that are sent by Journal's website, but the codes are shown in text format and are not rendered as html.
I tried different codes but none are shown correctly.
How can I indicate that the sent email is in html format?
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