Re: making tinyMce TextArea readonly

2010-01-12 Thread fachhoch

I did as you said , recreated   , the jar using latest js files .  Please
tell me what setting I should add to add spell checker and to make copy from
word and paste   to tinymce ?

Linkan wrote:
 
 You have to download the source and repack it with new javascripts to 
 make it work.
 http://old.nabble.com/making-tinymce-textarea-read-only-td23160313.html#a23170821
 
 //Swanthe
 
 tubin gen wrote:
 I ma trying to make TextArea with TinyMce behaviour readonly  , I added
 the following custom settings but it did not work
 tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(readonly : true);
 tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(mode : textareas);

 please suggest me   how to make  it readonly ?

   
 
 
 
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Re: making tinyMce TextArea readonly

2010-01-12 Thread Steve Swinsburg
Here's a class I created which extends the default TinyMCESettings class. I use 
this as my configuration and can customise it to my hearts content, adding and 
removing buttons:

/**
 * A configuration class for the TinyMCE Wicket component, used by textareas.
 * If more are required for different purposes, create a new class.
 */
public class TextareaTinyMceSettings extends TinyMCESettings {

private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

public TextareaTinyMceSettings () {
super(TinyMCESettings.Theme.advanced);

/*
add(Button.bullist, TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.first, 
TinyMCESettings.Position.after);
add(Button.numlist, TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.first, 
TinyMCESettings.Position.after);

disableButton(Button.styleselect);
disableButton(Button.sub);
disableButton(Button.sup);
disableButton(Button.charmap);
disableButton(Button.image);
disableButton(Button.anchor);
disableButton(Button.help);
disableButton(Button.code);
disableButton(Button.link);
disableButton(Button.unlink);
disableButton(Button.formatselect);
disableButton(Button.indent);
disableButton(Button.outdent);
disableButton(Button.undo);
disableButton(Button.redo);
disableButton(Button.cleanup);
disableButton(Button.hr);
disableButton(Button.visualaid);
disableButton(Button.separator);
disableButton(Button.formatselect);
disableButton(Button.removeformat);
*/

ListButton firstRowButtons = new ArrayListButton();
firstRowButtons.add(Button.bold);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.italic);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.underline);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.strikethrough);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.separator);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.sub);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.sup);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.separator);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.link);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.unlink);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.separator);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.bullist);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.numlist);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.separator);
firstRowButtons.add(Button.code);

//set first toolbar
setToolbarButtons(TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.first, 
firstRowButtons);

//remove the second and third toolbars
setToolbarButtons(TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.second, new 
ArrayListButton());
setToolbarButtons(TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.third, new 
ArrayListButton());
setToolbarButtons(TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.fourth, new 
ArrayListButton());

setToolbarAlign(TinyMCESettings.Align.center);
setToolbarLocation(TinyMCESettings.Location.top);
setStatusbarLocation(null);
setResizing(true);
setHorizontalResizing(true);

}

}


It's then used like so:
TextArea otherInformation = new TextArea(otherInformation, new 
PropertyModel(userProfile, otherInformation));

//add TinyMCE control
otherInformation.add(new TinyMceBehavior(new TextareaTinyMceSettings()));


You might be able to play with the settings above to find what you need. Check 
out the settings available in the base class.

cheers,
Steve


On 13/01/2010, at 9:43 AM, fachhoch wrote:

 
 I did as you said , recreated   , the jar using latest js files .  Please
 tell me what setting I should add to add spell checker and to make copy from
 word and paste   to tinymce ?
 
 Linkan wrote:
 
 You have to download the source and repack it with new javascripts to 
 make it work.
 http://old.nabble.com/making-tinymce-textarea-read-only-td23160313.html#a23170821
 
 //Swanthe
 
 tubin gen wrote:
 I ma trying to make TextArea with TinyMce behaviour readonly  , I added
 the following custom settings but it did not work
 tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(readonly : true);
 tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(mode : textareas);
 
 please suggest me   how to make  it readonly ?
 
 
 
 
 
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Re: making tinyMce TextArea readonly

2010-01-12 Thread fachhoch

thank you for   the post, but none of those settings will help me I have to
add some custom settings to add spell checker , 

to add spell checker tinymce tells
tinyMCE.init({
theme : advanced,
mode : textareas,
plugins : spellchecker,
theme_advanced_buttons3_add : spellchecker,
spellchecker_languages : +English=en,Swedish=sv
});


I added this through  addCustomSettings  , but it did not helped me , please
tell me what am I missing , wicket tinymce   comes with jazzy spell check
plugin  , please tell me how to use that ? 


Steve Swinsburg-3 wrote:
 
 Here's a class I created which extends the default TinyMCESettings class.
 I use this as my configuration and can customise it to my hearts content,
 adding and removing buttons:
 
 /**
  * A configuration class for the TinyMCE Wicket component, used by
 textareas.
  * If more are required for different purposes, create a new class.
  */
 public class TextareaTinyMceSettings extends TinyMCESettings {
 
   private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
   
   public TextareaTinyMceSettings () {
   super(TinyMCESettings.Theme.advanced);
   
   /*
   add(Button.bullist, TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.first,
 TinyMCESettings.Position.after);
   add(Button.numlist, TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.first,
 TinyMCESettings.Position.after);
 
   disableButton(Button.styleselect);
   disableButton(Button.sub);
   disableButton(Button.sup);
   disableButton(Button.charmap);
   disableButton(Button.image);
   disableButton(Button.anchor);
   disableButton(Button.help);
   disableButton(Button.code);
   disableButton(Button.link);
   disableButton(Button.unlink);
   disableButton(Button.formatselect);
   disableButton(Button.indent);
   disableButton(Button.outdent);
   disableButton(Button.undo);
   disableButton(Button.redo);
   disableButton(Button.cleanup);
   disableButton(Button.hr);
   disableButton(Button.visualaid);
   disableButton(Button.separator);
   disableButton(Button.formatselect);
   disableButton(Button.removeformat);
   */
   
   ListButton firstRowButtons = new ArrayListButton();
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.bold);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.italic);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.underline);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.strikethrough);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.separator);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.sub);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.sup);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.separator);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.link);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.unlink);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.separator);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.bullist);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.numlist);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.separator);
   firstRowButtons.add(Button.code);
 
   //set first toolbar
   setToolbarButtons(TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.first, 
 firstRowButtons);
 
   //remove the second and third toolbars
   setToolbarButtons(TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.second, new
 ArrayListButton());
   setToolbarButtons(TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.third, new
 ArrayListButton());
   setToolbarButtons(TinyMCESettings.Toolbar.fourth, new
 ArrayListButton());
 
   setToolbarAlign(TinyMCESettings.Align.center);
   setToolbarLocation(TinyMCESettings.Location.top);
   setStatusbarLocation(null);
   setResizing(true);
   setHorizontalResizing(true);
 
   }
   
 }
 
 
 It's then used like so:
 TextArea otherInformation = new TextArea(otherInformation, new
 PropertyModel(userProfile, otherInformation));
   
 //add TinyMCE control
 otherInformation.add(new TinyMceBehavior(new TextareaTinyMceSettings()));
 
 
 You might be able to play with the settings above to find what you need.
 Check out the settings available in the base class.
 
 cheers,
 Steve
 
 
 On 13/01/2010, at 9:43 AM, fachhoch wrote:
 
 
 I did as you said , recreated   , the jar using latest js files .  Please
 tell me what setting I should add to add spell checker and to make copy
 from
 word and paste   to tinymce ?
 
 Linkan wrote:
 
 You have to download the source and repack it with new javascripts to 
 make it work.
 http://old.nabble.com/making-tinymce-textarea-read-only-td23160313.html#a23170821
 
 //Swanthe
 
 tubin gen wrote:
 I ma trying to make TextArea with TinyMce behaviour readonly  , I added
 the following custom settings but it did not work
 tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(readonly : true);
 

Re: making tinyMce TextArea readonly

2009-12-03 Thread Swanthe Lindgren
You have to download the source and repack it with new javascripts to 
make it work.

http://old.nabble.com/making-tinymce-textarea-read-only-td23160313.html#a23170821

//Swanthe

tubin gen wrote:

I ma trying to make TextArea with TinyMce behaviour readonly  , I added
the following custom settings but it did not work
tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(readonly : true);
tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(mode : textareas);

please suggest me   how to make  it readonly ?

  




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RE: making tinyMce TextArea readonly

2009-12-02 Thread Alex Rass
Yeah, would be good to update the whole tinyMCE thing.
It's SO popular!
It's rather outdated from what's on tinyMCE site.
It should really be repackaged with some helper stuff like 
setReadOnly(true/false).
And provide with a convenient tabbed panel for HTML/RAW edit window.

Anyone who knows how to wants to help?


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Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 2009 11:34 AM
To: users
Subject: making tinyMce TextArea readonly

I ma trying to make TextArea with TinyMce behaviour readonly  , I added
the following custom settings but it did not work
tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(readonly : true);
tinyMCESettings.addCustomSetting(mode : textareas);

please suggest me   how to make  it readonly ?


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