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Change editor to Telerik RadEditor in DNN 09.03.02 (24)

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    Is it possible to switch rich text editor to RadEditor from default CKEditor in latest DNN version 09.03.02 (24)?

    In older versions there was a RadEditorManager under Providers list, but now this provider is not there. So, I am guessing that RadEditor has been removed but not sure if it's still possible to use it instead of CKEditor.



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      Yes, it has been removed. The Telerik editor is not available.

      If you don't mind my asking, why do you want to switch to the Telerik editor? Is there something you don't like or is missing?
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        Posted By Sun1 on 11 Aug 2019 10:13 AM

        Is it possible to switch rich text editor to RadEditor from default CKEditor in latest DNN version 09.03.02 (24)?

        In older versions there was a RadEditorManager under Providers list, but now this provider is not there. So, I am guessing that RadEditor has been removed but not sure if it's still possible to use it instead of CKEditor.

        FYI, it was removed because of licensing issues AFAIK. Telerik editor is not free.

         

         



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          Posted By Joe Craig on 11 Aug 2019 01:13 PM
          Yes, it has been removed. The Telerik editor is not available.

          If you don't mind my asking, why do you want to switch to the Telerik editor? Is there something you don't like or is missing?

          Hi Joe,

          The reason I want to use RadEditor is because its so easy to work with. 

          As an example, I wanted to add syntax highlighter plugin to CKEditor so users could add code snippets using CKEditor in DNN but it seems its impossible; I tried many things like adding the codesnippet folder/files after downloading it from CKEditor 4 website and I also added the syntax highlighter tool to Full toolbar in Site Settings > Site Behavior > HTML Editor Manager > Custom Toolbars.  If I had RadEditor, I could add the code format tool (which is like the codesnippet tool) in under a minute just by adding the format code tool to the toolbar config file.

           

           



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            Posted By Timo Breumelhof on 12 Aug 2019 02:41 AM
            Posted By Sun1 on 11 Aug 2019 10:13 AM

            Is it possible to switch rich text editor to RadEditor from default CKEditor in latest DNN version 09.03.02 (24)?

            In older versions there was a RadEditorManager under Providers list, but now this provider is not there. So, I am guessing that RadEditor has been removed but not sure if it's still possible to use it instead of CKEditor.

            FYI, it was removed because of licensing issues AFAIK. Telerik editor is not free.

             

             

             

            May be Telerik still provides a module for this for licensed users.

             

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