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editor.setSingleSelectionRange is no longer public API.
editor.rawHtml no longer calls
editor.registerModification() is expected to be called after DOM manipulations.
Gecko (Firefox) has a feature of editing tables by mouse dragging,
that is considered unhelpful.
It was previously disabled for a while and it was found to be enabled now.
So it is now disabled again.
Object resizing (images, primarily) in Firefox and IE has been disabled.
jQueryPath option was removed.
wym._index editor instance property is removed.
wym.unwrap editor methods.
- Dialogs cannot be opened using the
exec method. Use the
- Changes in
wym.dialog method. Existing custom dialogs should still work,
but it is recommended that existing custom dialogs be rewritten using the
wym.dialog API (see API documentation) or at least that they be
Support for IE7 dropped.
For IE8 support, some shimmable ES5 features are now required.
We test using es5-shim
(including the shams).
Here are examples.
New undo/redo methods in the API.
editor.keyboard.combokeys for managing keyboard shortcuts.
New dialogs API. See API documentation for the
Undo/redo is working for toolbar actions and text edits.
Undo/redo for containers and classes (styles) is a WIP.
The presence of the undo/redo feature may use a large amount of memory,
depending on the document size and the browser. This will be optimized in the
- Keyboard shortcuts are more consistent cross-platform.
- Fix: pressing tab in WebKit and Blink creates span. caveat: now tab can’t
be used to focus on the next element (taking focus outside the document).
Stopped mangling HTML with the parser when tables are nested within