Recent Tutorials
Who is online?
In total there are 7 users online :: 1 Registered, 0 Hidden and 6 Guests :: 1 Bot

smurfavr

[ View the whole list ]


Most users ever online was 172 on Fri 19 Feb 2016, 05:17

Add maximize to the editor

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Ange Tuteur
Administrator
Title :
Coffee Addict
Gender : Male
Age : 21
Posts : 4088
Points : 8387
Reputation : 2008
Location : Macungie, PA
Language : EN10, FR5
Browser : Browser : Google Chrome Forum Version : Forum Version : Forumactif Edge
Awards :
View all awards
View user profile https://github.com/SethClydesdale https://twitter.com/sethc1995

PostAnge Tuteur on Tue 10 Mar 2015, 16:33

This simple trick will allow you to add an existing button to the editor; a button to maximize the editor so it takes up the whole screen.




Installation

Go to Administration panel > Modules > JavaScript codes management and create a new script

Title : SCE Maximize
Placement : In all the pages
Code:
$(function(){
  if (!$.sceditor || !toolbar) return;
  toolbar = toolbar.replace(/source/,'maximize,source');
 
  $(function() {
    var sce = $('#text_editor_textarea').sceditor('instance'), fa = document.getElementById('fa_toolbar');
    $('.sceditor-button-maximize')[0].onclick = function() {
      if (!fa) return;
      sce.maximize() && (fa.style.display = 'none');
      !sce.maximize() && (fa.style.display = '');
    };
  });
});

Save the script and you should now have the maximize button to the left of source mode !


Information

The maximize button already exists in the editor code, but was filtered out by Forumotion. Adding it back in is simple. Once the document is ready a global called toolbar is declared which contains all the toolbar options. We then replace source by maximize,source, splicing in the maximize button. The other code included in the script is to hide the forumotion toolbar during maximization.

You can also redeclare the entire toolbar yourself. For example instead of :
Code:
toolbar = toolbar.replace(/source/,'maximize,source');

We can write :
Code:
toolbar = 'bold,italic|color,font';

Which only gives us the bold, italic, color, and font buttons.


Other default options can also be added in. For a full list I recommend checking out the SCEditor documentation.
http://www.sceditor.com/documentation/options/


Notice
Tutorial written by Ange Tuteur.
Reproduction not permitted without consent from the author.


Last edited by Ange Tuteur on Mon 20 Jun 2016, 09:36; edited 2 times in total
Juny Thoang
New Member
Title :
Gender : Male
Age : 20
Posts : 1
Points : 709
Reputation : 0
Location : HaNoi, Vietnam
Language : Vietnamese
Browser : Browser : Mozilla Firefox Forum Version : Forum Version : Other
Awards :
View all awards
View user profile http://www.teenvi.com/ https://www.facebook.com/thoang.idol

PostJuny Thoang on Thu 19 Mar 2015, 07:11

Code:
bold,italic,underline,strike|left,center,right,justify|bulletlist,orderedlist,horizontalrule|quote,code,faspoiler,fahide,table|servimg,image,email,link,unlink|youtube,dailymotion,flash|size,color,font,removeformat|date,time,pastetext,cut,copy,paste|more|subscript,superscript,fascroll,faupdown,fawow,farand|print,maximize,source
Michael_vx

Title :
Gender : Male
Age : 24
Posts : 290
Points : 1369
Reputation : 74
Language : Arabic
Browser : Browser : Mozilla Firefox Forum Version : Forum Version : Other
Awards :
View all awards
View user profile http://miccsoft.net https://www.facebook.com/Michaelvx2008

PostMichael_vx on Thu 19 Mar 2015, 14:50

nice trick
this code is good
thanks My Master Ange
Ch@lo Valdez

Title :
Hello!!
Gender : Male
Age : 41
Posts : 63
Points : 997
Reputation : 5
Location : Mexico
Language : eng spa
Browser : Browser : Google Chrome Forum Version : Forum Version : phpBB3
Awards :
View all awards
View user profile

PostCh@lo Valdez on Tue 28 Apr 2015, 19:16

SLGray
Valued Member
Title :
Owner of 2 Forums
Gender : Male
Age : 43
Posts : 2170
Points : 4065
Reputation : 246
Location : United States
Language : English
Browser : Browser : Mozilla Firefox Forum Version : Forum Version : Forumactif Edge
Awards :
View all awards
View user profile http://www.fmthemes.forumotion.com https://www.facebook.com/FM-Themes-655055824604957 https://twitter.com/FMThemes https://pinterest.com/FMThemes

PostSLGray on Sat 05 Dec 2015, 23:49

I love this tutorial.
Prometheus
Member
Title :
Just Me
Gender : Male
Age : 45
Posts : 11
Points : 68
Reputation : 6
Location : The Netherlands
Language : Dutch / English
Browser : Browser : Mozilla Firefox Forum Version : Forum Version : Forumactif Edge
Awards :
View all awards
View user profile http://rhtestforum.actieforum.com

PostPrometheus on Wed 30 Nov 2016, 13:55

Hello. I'm interested. This is for your edge too? I want to have 100% editor and few buttons. Is it possible? And everything in the buttons say English. Why? When Samantha installed your edge her choice was Dutch. I am surprised.
Ange Tuteur
Administrator
Title :
Coffee Addict
Gender : Male
Age : 21
Posts : 4088
Points : 8387
Reputation : 2008
Location : Macungie, PA
Language : EN10, FR5
Browser : Browser : Google Chrome Forum Version : Forum Version : Forumactif Edge
Awards :
View all awards
View user profile https://github.com/SethClydesdale https://twitter.com/sethc1995

PostAnge Tuteur on Wed 30 Nov 2016, 14:00

@Prometheus yes, this plugin should work regardless of forum version. The language of the buttons is based on the language chosen in your forum profile settings ; Profile > Preferences > Board Language. If the tooltips are still in English, then the problem comes from Forumotion not providing a full translation.

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

Create an account or log in to leave a reply

You need to be a member in order to leave a reply.

Create an account

Join our community by creating a new account. It's easy!


Create a new account

Log in

Already have an account? No problem, log in here.


Log in

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum