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roga #1
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Subject: Ckeditor
Hi,

I'm using the latest version of dokuwiki and had installed the latest plugin of ckeditor. When I create a new table, I'm not able to save any setting that I have made there. I mean that when I for example change the width or height or color of a cell, nothing would be saved. But the Editor himself Shows me all my settings correct. After I pressed the button save, all changes are lost.

It would be very nice, if anybody can give me a hint? (It drives me nuts)

Thx
Roli
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turnermm (Moderator) #2
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Those features are not supported by Dokuwik and so are not saved.
Myron Turner
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roga #3
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Hi turnermm,

thanks for your answer.

After searching the whole Internet I found for myself a solution for that Problem! Now I'm able to make all table formattings and save them for use with dokuwiki.

The only thing that I had to do is inserting following macro-tag in the ckeditor bevor and after my table:

~~START_HTML_BLOCK~~
<inserting her my table from the ckeditor>
~~CLOSE_HTML_BLOCK~~

after that, I was able to save my table and all those settings in the ckeditor. :-)

It's not perfect, but nice and it works for me!

btw: you are the author of the Plugin ckgedit, right?

Kind regards,
Roli
This post was edited 2 times, last on 2018-09-13, 17:01 by roga.
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turnermm (Moderator) #4
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btw: you are the author of the Plugin ckgedit, right?

Yes.  Sorry I didn't think of mentioning  HTML_BLOCK.  Would have saved you some trouble.
Myron Turner
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