TinyMCE Plugin

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TinyMCE Plugin

Postby mfraser » Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:00 am

I am getting a single line menu bar after enabling the TinyMCE plugin (MS Word Paste, bullets, number outline, help, etc.). How do you access the full menu bar as shown at the TinyMCE website? See:


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Re: TinyMCE Plugin

Postby mcrider » Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:41 am

Hi mfraser,

If you click on the 'view source' tab for that page, you will see the code required to get other functions into TinyMCE. You will have to add this code to callback function of the TinyMCE plugin, located in plugins/generic/tinymce/TinyMCEPlugin.inc.php. Note that you will have to delete the cached TinyMCE gzip file from your cache/ folder whenever you make changes to the plugin.


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Re: TinyMCE Plugin

Postby janderso » Fri Jun 19, 2009 6:25 am

Thanks Matt,

I'm a web developer working with mfraser. How can I edit the 'plugins/generic/tinymce/TinyMCEPlugin.inc.php' file?
His site is hosted through a free service at:


Is there some kind of FTP or way to get to the OJS application files? Do they even allow this?

Thanks for ideas,


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Re: TinyMCE Plugin

Postby mj » Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:24 am

Hi John,

You'll have to follow up with the people at Scholarly Exchange regarding what services (eg. FTP, SSH) they provide as part of their hosting service. We don't have any involvement with them and so can't make any claims on how to work with their setup.


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Re: TinyMCE Plugin

Postby janderso » Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:28 am

Yep, that sort of dawned on me, and have sent in question(s) to them.

Thanks for the responses guys.


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