[Deploying Sakai] CKEditor and Spellcheck
ldougher at wsesu.net
Wed Nov 2 05:19:08 PDT 2011
Director of Technology
Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union
On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 5:10 PM, Matthew Jones <jonespm at umich.edu> wrote:
> 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:
>> Running 2.8.0 and had a couple questions. One, how do I enable
>> CKEditor? Two, how do I enable spellcheck for CKEditor?
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