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#11 2018-04-12 22:26:44

michaelkpate
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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

The New York Times is a building a new text editor for the newspaper and basing it on ProseMirror.

After much research and months of prototyping, we opted to build it on the foundation of ProseMirror, a robust open-source JavaScript toolkit for building rich-text editors. ProseMirror takes a completely different approach than our old text editor did, representing the document using its own non-HTML tree-shaped data structure that describes the structure of the text in terms of paragraphs, headings, lists, links and more. – Building a Text Editor for a Digital-First Newsroom

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#12 2018-05-31 10:50:21

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

I’m testing tinymce(4.7+) as the default editor, which works fine, but there is a configuration error in using the local upload image in the editor.

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#13 2018-05-31 11:33:10

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

That sounds fixable. If you’d supply more detail someone here might be able to help.


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#14 2018-05-31 11:50:11

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

jayrope wrote #312208:

That sounds fixable. If you’d supply more detail someone here might be able to help.

According to the official configuration method:
https://www.tinymce.com/docs/get-started/upload-images/
https://www.tinymce.com/docs/configure/file-image-upload/
https://www.tinymce.com/docs/advanced/php-upload-handler/

An error occurred while uploading a local image…

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#15 2018-05-31 12:15:47

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Which error?
EDIT: And obviously those tinymce links are not where you upload your images. I suppose you need to specify to tinymce’s prefs to use an image folder on your website.

Last edited by jayrope (2018-05-31 12:17:18)


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#16 2018-05-31 12:21:00

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Three configurations have been tried, with the following mallocations: HTTP 400, undefined file names, and loading status after uploading

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#17 2018-05-31 14:35:44

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

I’m sorry, can’t see through this either. I think your questions would probably rather get answered in the tinymce forums.

Last edited by jayrope (2018-05-31 14:36:04)


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#18 2018-05-31 15:42:53

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

jayrope wrote #312219:

I wrote an editor plug-in and now I can upload pictures. The only drawback of the editor is that the uploaded images are not recognized by the image management panel. Other jobs are normal.

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#19 2018-05-31 15:51:59

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Hope that developers have the time to develop a working editor

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#20 2018-06-03 16:22:02

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Re: Article editors can join WYSIWYG?

Summer wrote #312222:

jayrope wrote #312219:

I wrote an editor plug-in and now I can upload pictures. The only drawback of the editor is that the uploaded images are not recognized by the image management panel. Other jobs are normal.

Congratulations to this. I have to remark, though, that none of my clients ever missed a text editor. Learning the few Textile options and one image tag doesn’t seem to create any trouble here.


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