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Update TinyMCE to 4.5.9 #22879

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brianteeman commented Oct 30, 2018

Version 4.5.9 (2018-08-02)
Fixed a bug where Edge 17 wouldn't be able to select images or tables.

Update TinyMCE to 4.5.9
Version 4.5.9 (2018-08-02)
  Fixed a bug where Edge 17 wouldn't be able to select images or tables.
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Quy commented Oct 31, 2018

I have tested this item successfully on 53321b9


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vc-development commented Nov 1, 2018

I have tested this item successfully on 53321b9


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Quy commented Nov 1, 2018

RTC


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jsubri commented Nov 1, 2018

I have tested this item successfully on 53321b9

This is solving a long outstanding issue reported by end-users on Edge.
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Edited: broken English being so happy this is fixed.


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jsubri commented Nov 1, 2018

Now working with this patch
screen shot 2018-11-01 at 19 36 07


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@zero-24 zero-24 added this to the Joomla 3.9.1 milestone Nov 1, 2018

@zero-24 zero-24 merged commit 3c9c46e into joomla:staging Nov 1, 2018

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zero-24 commented Nov 1, 2018

Merged. Thanks!

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brianteeman commented Nov 1, 2018

Thanks - another one bites the dust

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ssnobben commented Nov 6, 2018

Ok thats fine.

I also see that WordPress 4.9.8 updated to TinyMCE 4.8.0 and that is 20 update versions https://www.tiny.cloud/docs/changelog/ after this version of Joomla. What stops Joomla to get to the 4.8 versions too?

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brianteeman commented Nov 6, 2018

Its not backwards compatible

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ssnobben commented Nov 13, 2018

hmm ok yeah Joomla is behind Wordpress a lot now with TinyMCE and also soon with the Gutenberg editor https://frontenberg.tomjn.com/

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mbabker commented Nov 13, 2018

TinyMCE 4.6 dropped support for browsers that Joomla is still supporting; a review of that same changelog document would have shown that. Therefore, Joomla cannot upgrade the distributed TinyMCE editor without abandoning browser support.

Gutenberg is Automattic's attempt to use the open source project "founded" by their CEO to compete with other SaaS solutions by introducing an entirely new management workflow. It has nothing to do with upgrading editors.

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