[Deploying Sakai] CKEditor and Spellcheck

Matthew Jones jonespm at umich.edu
Tue Nov 1 14:10:28 PDT 2011

1) You set the property wysiwyg.editor=ckeditor

2) You actually have to modify a js file, either in the source or webapp to
change the spellchecker behavior right now.
*reference/library/src/webapp/editor/ckeditor.launch.js *
has a comment
            // Uncomment the next line and comment the following to enable
the default spell checker.
            // Note that it uses spellchecker.net, displays ads and sends
content to remote servers without additional setup.

'SpellChecker', 'Scayt'],

This is expanded by the war to webapps/library/editor/ckeditor.launch.js

This was disabled because of the ad's. (SAK-19538) We wanted to do a
writeup on incorporating afterthedeadline and running your own server, but
their readme is pretty good by itself.


Ideally these could be configured by property somehow.


On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 4:59 PM, Larry Dougher <ldougher at wsesu.net> wrote:

> Hi,
> Running 2.8.0 and had a couple questions.  One, how do I enable
> CKEditor?  Two, how do I enable spellcheck for CKEditor?
> Thanks,
> Larry
> Sent from my iPhone
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