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  2. MDL-34875 TinyMCE improvements in 2.4 - META
  3. MDL-34878

Basic setting for customisation of editor buttons

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      1/ Go to tinymce settings and type some button names there, they must be separated by commas (example: preview,table,image).
      2/ Go to a tinymce editor and verify editor instances contain only those buttons which you configured to be shown.
      3/ Add some more buttons on a new line (e.g. bold, italics).
      4/ Verify that they appear on a new line.

      Alternatively test together with MDL-34955, it improves this area a bit more (list of available buttons for each subplugin, link to main TinyMCE docs page, etc.)

      MDL-34990 fixes problems with invalid button separators, please use only valid settings here.

      (note: this is part of a bunch of issues from a META issue MDL-34875. this shouldn't affect tests though)

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      1/ Go to tinymce settings and type some button names there, they must be separated by commas (example: preview,table,image). 2/ Go to a tinymce editor and verify editor instances contain only those buttons which you configured to be shown. 3/ Add some more buttons on a new line (e.g. bold, italics). 4/ Verify that they appear on a new line. Alternatively test together with MDL-34955 , it improves this area a bit more (list of available buttons for each subplugin, link to main TinyMCE docs page, etc.) MDL-34990 fixes problems with invalid button separators, please use only valid settings here. (note: this is part of a bunch of issues from a META issue MDL-34875 . this shouldn't affect tests though)

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      My current idea is to add simple textarea when admins may type rows of buttons they want to have, this may not be suitable for dynamic things but I believe that is the most simple UI we could have.

      Expected use cases:

      • Administrator wants to add more buttons.
      • Administrator wants to remove some buttons.
      • Administrator wants to rearrange toolbar.

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              skodak Petr Skoda
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              Aparup Banerjee Aparup Banerjee
              David Monllaó David Monllaó
              Andrew Lyons, Huong Nguyen, Jun Pataleta, Michael Hawkins, Shamim Rezaie, Simey Lameze, Stevani Andolo, Andrew Lyons, Huong Nguyen, Jun Pataleta, Michael Hawkins, Shamim Rezaie, Simey Lameze, Stevani Andolo
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                3/Dec/12