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BOOK: ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming Problem Design Solution ISBN: 978-0-7645-8464-0
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Old November 22nd, 2006, 11:28 AM
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Default how to setup FCKEDITOR??

Visual Studio seems to know that the component is there since the folder and its files are present on the explorer. But when I compile I get errors, what am I missing to get it recognized on the compiler?


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Is the FCKeditor.dll assembly present in the bin folder in the root dir. ?
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I got the DLL set in the Bin folder, but when I run the addeditarticles.aspx page now the 'Body' Section does not appear, and gives me the error 'toolbar does not exits'

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You have to look at the toolbarset setting :
<fckeditorv2:fckeditor id="txtDescription" ToolbarSet="mySet"

the mySet is managed in the fckconfig.js file where you define how the editor looks

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Has anyone tried using the FCKEditor on a Vista PC? I heard that it won't work.

I understand MS took away the Office Web Components and some related objects that will break lot of web sites.

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Works fine on my machine (vista ultimate)

 


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