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In order to make TinyMCE work smoothly with Friendica, the files in this directory are those few files we've changed in TinyMCE. We will attempt to keep them current, but if you decide to upgrade tinymce, it is best to save current copies of the files in question from the active tinymce tree and replace them or merge them after upgrade.
Except for some simple theming, the primary changes are the advanced theme icon set, which we changed the "html" icon to "[]" to represent BBcode, and major changes have been made to the bbcode plugin.
in TinyMCE 3.5b2 it appears that we are getting double linefeeds. Code has been put in place in mod/item.php and mod/message.php to reduce the duplicates.


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* editor_plugin_src.js
* Copyright 2009, Moxiecode Systems AB
* Released under LGPL License.
* License:
* Contributing:
/* Macgirvin Aug-2010 changed from punbb to dfrn dialect */
(function() {
tinymce.create('tinymce.plugins.BBCodePlugin', {
init : function(ed, url) {
var t = this, dialect = ed.getParam('bbcode_dialect', 'dfrn').toLowerCase();
ed.onBeforeSetContent.add(function(ed, o) {
o.content = t['_' + dialect + '_bbcode2html'](o.content);
ed.onPostProcess.add(function(ed, o) {
if (o.set)
o.content = t['_' + dialect + '_bbcode2html'](o.content);
if (o.get)
o.content = t['_' + dialect + '_html2bbcode'](o.content);
getInfo : function() {
return {
longname : 'BBCode Plugin',
author : 'Moxiecode Systems AB',
authorurl : '',
infourl : '',
version : tinymce.majorVersion + "." + tinymce.minorVersion
// Private methods
// HTML -> BBCode in DFRN dialect
_dfrn_html2bbcode : function(s) {
s = tinymce.trim(s);
function rep(re, str) {
s = s.replace(re,str);
//modify code to keep stuff intact within [code][/code] blocks
//Waitman Gobble NO WARRANTY
/* This doesn't seem to work well with
commenting out for now
var o = new Array();
var x = s.split("[code]");
var i = 0;
var si = "";
si = x.shift();
si = si.replace(re,str);
for (i = 0; i < x.length; i++) {
var no = new Array();
var j = x.shift();
var g = j.split("[/code]");
si = g.shift();
si = si.replace(re,str);
s = o.join("[code]");
/* oembed */
function _h2b_cb(match) {
function s_h2b(data) {
match = data;
url: 'oembed/h2b',
data: {text: match},
async: false,
success: s_h2b,
dataType: 'html'
var f, g, tof = [], tor = [];
var find_spanc = /<span [^>]*class *= *[\"'](?:[^\"']* )*oembed(?: [^\"']*)*[\"'][^>]*>(.*?(?:<span[^>]*>(.*?)<\/span *>)*.*?)<\/span *>/ig;
while (f = find_spanc.exec(match)) {
var find_a = /<a([^>]* rel=[\"']oembed[\"'][^>]*)>.*?<\/a *>/ig;
if (g = find_a.exec(f[1])) {
var find_href = /href=[\"']([^\"']*)[\"']/ig;
var m2 = find_href.exec(g[1]);
if (m2[1]) {
tor.push("[EMBED]" + m2[1] + "[/EMBED]");
for (var i = 0; i < tof.length; i++) match = match.replace(tof[i], tor[i]);
return match;
if (s.indexOf('class="oembed')>=0){
//alert("request oembed html2bbcode");
s = _h2b_cb(s);
/* /oembed */
// example: <strong> to [b]
rep(/<a class=\"bookmark\" href=\"(.*?)\".*?>(.*?)<\/a>/gi,"[bookmark=$1]$2[/bookmark]");
rep(/<span style=\"font-size:(.*?);\">(.*?)<\/span>/gi,"[size=$1]$2[/size]");
rep(/<span style=\"color:(.*?);\">(.*?)<\/span>/gi,"[color=$1]$2[/color]");
rep(/<ul class=\"listbullet\" style=\"list-style-type\: circle\;\">(.*?)<\/ul>/gi,"[list]$1[/list]");
rep(/<ul class=\"listnone\" style=\"list-style-type\: none\;\">(.*?)<\/ul>/gi,"[list=]$1[/list]");
rep(/<ul class=\"listdecimal\" style=\"list-style-type\: decimal\;\">(.*?)<\/ul>/gi,"[list=1]$1[/list]");
rep(/<ul class=\"listlowerroman\" style=\"list-style-type\: lower-roman\;\">(.*?)<\/ul>/gi,"[list=i]$1[/list]");
rep(/<ul class=\"listupperroman\" style=\"list-style-type\: upper-roman\;\">(.*?)<\/ul>/gi,"[list=I]$1[/list]");
rep(/<ul class=\"listloweralpha\" style=\"list-style-type\: lower-alpha\;\">(.*?)<\/ul>/gi,"[list=a]$1[/list]");
rep(/<ul class=\"listupperalpha\" style=\"list-style-type\: upper-alpha\;\">(.*?)<\/ul>/gi,"[list=A]$1[/list]");
rep(/<span style=\"text-decoration: ?underline;\">(.*?)<\/span>/gi,"[u]$1[/u]");
rep(/<hr \/>/gi,"[hr]");
rep(/<br (.*?)\/>/gi,"\n");
rep(/&nbsp;/gi," ");
return s;
// BBCode -> HTML from DFRN dialect
_dfrn_bbcode2html : function(s) {
s = tinymce.trim(s);
function rep(re, str) {
//modify code to keep stuff intact within [code][/code] blocks
//Waitman Gobble NO WARRANTY
var o = new Array();
var x = s.split("[code]");
var i = 0;
var si = "";
si = x.shift();
si = si.replace(re,str);
for (i = 0; i < x.length; i++) {
var no = new Array();
var j = x.shift();
var g = j.split("[/code]");
si = g.shift();
si = si.replace(re,str);
s = o.join("[code]");
// example: [b] to <strong>
rep(/\n/gi,"<br />");
rep(/\[hr\]/gi,"<hr />");
rep(/\[bookmark=([^\]]+)\](.*?)\[\/bookmark\]/gi,"<a class=\"bookmark\" href=\"$1\">$2</a>");
rep(/\[url=([^\]]+)\](.*?)\[\/url\]/gi,"<a href=\"$1\">$2</a>");
rep(/\[url\](.*?)\[\/url\]/gi,"<a href=\"$1\">$1</a>");
rep(/\[img=(.*?)x(.*?)\](.*?)\[\/img\]/gi,"<img width=\"$1\" height=\"$2\" src=\"$3\" />");
rep(/\[img\](.*?)\[\/img\]/gi,"<img src=\"$1\" />");
rep(/\[list\](.*?)\[\/list\]/gi, '<ul class="listbullet" style="list-style-type: circle;">$1</ul>');
rep(/\[list=\](.*?)\[\/list\]/gi, '<ul class="listnone" style="list-style-type: none;">$1</ul>');
rep(/\[list=1\](.*?)\[\/list\]/gi, '<ul class="listdecimal" style="list-style-type: decimal;">$1</ul>');
rep(/\[list=i\](.*?)\[\/list\]/gi,'<ul class="listlowerroman" style="list-style-type: lower-roman;">$1</ul>');
rep(/\[list=I\](.*?)\[\/list\]/gi, '<ul class="listupperroman" style="list-style-type: upper-roman;">$1</ul>');
rep(/\[list=a\](.*?)\[\/list\]/gi, '<ul class="listloweralpha" style="list-style-type: lower-alpha;">$1</ul>');
rep(/\[list=A\](.*?)\[\/list\]/gi, '<ul class="listupperalpha" style="list-style-type: upper-alpha;">$1</ul>');
rep(/\[li\](.*?)\[\/li\]/gi, '<li>$1</li>');
rep(/\[color=(.*?)\](.*?)\[\/color\]/gi,"<span style=\"color: $1;\">$2</span>");
rep(/\[size=(.*?)\](.*?)\[\/size\]/gi,"<span style=\"font-size: $1;\">$2</span>");
/* oembed */
function _b2h_cb(match, url) {
url = bin2hex(url);
function s_b2h(data) {
match = data;
url: 'oembed/b2h?url=' + url,
async: false,
success: s_b2h,
dataType: 'html'
return match;
s = s.replace(/\[embed\](.*?)\[\/embed\]/gi, _b2h_cb);
/* /oembed */
return s;
// Register plugin
tinymce.PluginManager.add('bbcode', tinymce.plugins.BBCodePlugin);



Width: 1000  |  Height: 60  |  Size: 12 KiB


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/* Generic */
body {
font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:11px;
margin:8px 8px 0 8px;
html {background:#F0F0EE;}
td {font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:10px;}
textarea {resize:none;outline:none;}
a:link, a:visited {color:black;}
a:hover {color:#2B6FB6;}
.nowrap {white-space: nowrap}
/* Forms */
fieldset {margin:0; padding:4px; border:1px solid #919B9C; font-family:Verdana, Arial; font-size:10px;}
legend {color:#2B6FB6; font-weight:bold;}
label.msg {display:none;}
label.invalid {color:#EE0000; display:inline;}
input.invalid {border:1px solid #EE0000;}
input {background:#FFF; border:1px solid #CCC;}
input, select, textarea {font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:10px;}
input, select, textarea {border:1px solid #808080;} {border:1px none #000000; background:transparent; vertical-align:middle;}
input.checkbox {border:1px none #000000; background:transparent; vertical-align:middle;}
.input_noborder {border:0;}
/* Buttons */
#insert, #cancel, input.button, .updateButton {
border:0; margin:0; padding:0;
width:94px; height:26px;
background:url(img/buttons.png) 0 -26px;
#insert {background:url(img/buttons.png) 0 -52px}
#cancel {background:url(img/buttons.png) 0 0; float:right}
/* Browse */
a.pickcolor, a.browse {text-decoration:none}
a.browse span {display:block; width:20px; height:18px; background:url(../../img/icons.gif) -860px 0; border:1px solid #FFF; margin-left:1px;}
.mceOldBoxModel a.browse span {width:22px; height:20px;}
a.browse:hover span {border:1px solid #0A246A; background-color:#B2BBD0;}
a.browse span.disabled {border:1px solid white; opacity:0.3; -ms-filter:'alpha(opacity=30)'; filter:alpha(opacity=30)}
a.browse:hover span.disabled {border:1px solid white; background-color:transparent;}
a.pickcolor span {display:block; width:20px; height:16px; background:url(../../img/icons.gif) -840px 0; margin-left:2px;}
.mceOldBoxModel a.pickcolor span {width:21px; height:17px;}
a.pickcolor:hover span {background-color:#B2BBD0;}
a.pickcolor:hover span.disabled {}
/* Charmap */
table.charmap {border:1px solid #AAA; text-align:center}
td.charmap, #charmap a {width:18px; height:18px; color:#000; border:1px solid #AAA; text-align:center; font-size:12px; vertical-align:middle; line-height: 18px;}
#charmap a {display:block; color:#000; text-decoration:none; border:0}
#charmap a:hover {background:#CCC;color:#2B6FB6}
#charmap #codeN {font-size:10px; font-family:Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; text-align:center}
#charmap #codeV {font-size:40px; height:80px; border:1px solid #AAA; text-align:center}
/* Source */
.wordWrapCode {vertical-align:middle; border:1px none #000000; background:transparent;}
.mceActionPanel {margin-top:5px;}
/* Tabs classes */
.tabs {width:100%; height:18px; line-height:normal; background:url(img/tabs.gif) repeat-x 0 -72px;}
.tabs ul {margin:0; padding:0; list-style:none;}
.tabs li {float:left; background:url(img/tabs.gif) no-repeat 0 0; margin:0 2px 0 0; padding:0 0 0 10px; line-height:17px; height:18px; display:block;}
.tabs li.current {background:url(img/tabs.gif) no-repeat 0 -18px; margin-right:2px;}
.tabs span {float:left; display:block; background:url(img/tabs.gif) no-repeat right -36px; padding:0px 10px 0 0;}
.tabs .current span {background:url(img/tabs.gif) no-repeat right -54px;}
.tabs a {text-decoration:none; font-family:Verdana, Arial; font-size:10px;}
.tabs a:link, .tabs a:visited, .tabs a:hover {color:black;}
/* Panels */
.panel_wrapper div.panel {display:none;}
.panel_wrapper div.current {display:block; width:100%; height:300px; overflow:visible;}
.panel_wrapper {border:1px solid #919B9C; border-top:0px; padding:10px; padding-top:5px; clear:both; background:white;}
/* Columns */
.column {float:left;}
.properties {width:100%;}
.properties .column1 {}
.properties .column2 {text-align:left;}
/* Titles */
h1, h2, h3, h4 {color:#2B6FB6; margin:0; padding:0; padding-top:5px;}
h3 {font-size:14px;}
.title {font-size:12px; font-weight:bold; color:#2B6FB6;}
/* Dialog specific */
#link .panel_wrapper, #link div.current {height:125px;}
#image .panel_wrapper, #image div.current {height:200px;}
#plugintable thead {font-weight:bold; background:#DDD;}
#plugintable, #about #plugintable td {border:1px solid #919B9C;}
#plugintable {width:96%; margin-top:10px;}
#pluginscontainer {height:290px; overflow:auto;}
#colorpicker #preview {float:right; width:50px; height:14px;line-height:1px; border:1px solid black; margin-left:5px;}
#colorpicker #colors {float:left; border:1px solid gray; cursor:crosshair;}
#colorpicker #light {border:1px solid gray; margin-left:5px; float:left;width:15px; height:150px; cursor:crosshair;}
#colorpicker #light div {overflow:hidden;}
#colorpicker #previewblock {float:right; padding-left:10px; height:20px;}
#colorpicker .panel_wrapper div.current {height:175px;}
#colorpicker #namedcolors {width:150px;}
#colorpicker #namedcolors a {display:block; float:left; width:10px; height:10px; margin:1px 1px 0 0; overflow:hidden;}
#colorpicker #colornamecontainer {margin-top:5px;}
#colorpicker #picker_panel fieldset {margin:auto;width:325px;}


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/* Reset */
.defaultSkin table, .defaultSkin tbody, .defaultSkin a, .defaultSkin img, .defaultSkin tr, .defaultSkin div, .defaultSkin td, .defaultSkin iframe, .defaultSkin span, .defaultSkin *, .defaultSkin .mceText {border:0; margin:0; padding:0; background:transparent; white-space:nowrap; text-decoration:none; font-weight:normal; cursor:default; color:#000; vertical-align:baseline; width:auto; border-collapse:separate; text-align:left}
.defaultSkin a:hover, .defaultSkin a:link, .defaultSkin a:visited, .defaultSkin a:active {text-decoration:none; font-weight:normal; cursor:default; color:#000}
.defaultSkin table td {vertical-align:middle}
/* Containers */
.defaultSkin table {direction:ltr; background:#FFF}
.defaultSkin iframe {display:block; background:#FFF}
.defaultSkin .mceToolbar {height:26px}
.defaultSkin .mceLeft {text-align:left}
.defaultSkin .mceRight {text-align:right}
/* External */
.defaultSkin .mceExternalToolbar {position:absolute; border:2px solid #CCC; border-bottom:0; display:none;}
.defaultSkin .mceExternalToolbar td.mceToolbar {padding-right:13px;}
.defaultSkin .mceExternalClose {position:absolute; top:3px; right:3px; width:7px; height:7px; background:url(../../img/icons.gif) -820px 0}
/* Layout */
.defaultSkin table.mceLayout {border:0; border-left:1px solid #CCC; border-right:1px solid #CCC}
.defaultSkin table.mceLayout tr.mceFirst td {border-top:1px solid #CCC}
.defaultSkin table.mceLayout tr.mceLast td {border-bottom:1px solid #CCC}
.defaultSkin table.mceToolbar, .defaultSkin tr.mceFirst .mceToolbar tr td, .defaultSkin tr.mceLast .mceToolbar tr td {border:0; margin:0; padding:0;}
.defaultSkin td.mceToolbar {padding-top:1px; vertical-align:top}
.defaultSkin .mceIframeContainer { /*border-top:1px solid #CCC; border-bottom:1px solid #CCC */ border: none;}
.defaultSkin .mceStatusbar {font-family:'MS Sans Serif',sans-serif,Verdana,Arial; font-size:9pt; line-height:16px; overflow:visible; color:#000; display:block; height:20px}
.defaultSkin .mceStatusbar div {float:left; margin:2px}
.defaultSkin .mceStatusbar a.mceResize {display:block; float:right; background:url(../../img/icons.gif) -800px 0; width:20px; height:20px; cursor:se-resize; outline:0}
.defaultSkin .mceStatusbar a:hover {text-decoration:underline}
.defaultSkin table.mceToolbar {margin-left:3px}
.defaultSkin span.mceIcon, .defaultSkin img.mceIcon {display:block; width:20px; height:20px}
.defaultSkin .mceIcon {background:url(../../img/icons.gif) no-repeat 20px 20px}
.defaultSkin td.mceCenter {text-align:center;}
.defaultSkin td.mceCenter table {margin:0 auto; text-align:left;}
.defaultSkin td.mceRight table {margin:0 0 0 auto;}
/* Button */
.defaultSkin .mceButton {display:block; border:1px solid #F0F0EE; width:20px; height:20px; margin-right:10px}
.defaultSkin a.mceButtonEnabled:hover {border:1px solid #0A246A; background-color:#B2BBD0}
.defaultSkin a.mceButtonActive, .defaultSkin a.mceButtonSelected {border:1px solid #0A246A; background-color:#C2CBE0}
.defaultSkin .mceButtonDisabled .mceIcon {opacity:0.3; -ms-filter:'alpha(opacity=30)'; filter:alpha(opacity=30)}
.defaultSkin .mceButtonLabeled {width:auto}
.defaultSkin .mceButtonLabeled span.mceIcon {float:left}
.defaultSkin span.mceButtonLabel {display:block; font-size:10px; padding:4px 6px 0 22px; font-family:Tahoma,Verdana,Arial,Helvetica}
.defaultSkin .mceButtonDisabled .mceButtonLabel {color:#888}
/* Separator */
.defaultSkin .mceSeparator {display:block; background:url(../../img/icons.gif) -180px 0; width:2px; height:20px; margin:2px 2px 0 4px}
/* ListBox */
.defaultSkin .mceListBox, .defaultSkin .mceListBox a {display:block}
.defaultSkin .mceListBox .mceText {padding-left:4px; width:70px; text-align:left; border:1px solid #CCC; border-right:0; background:#FFF; font-family:Tahoma,Verdana,Arial,Helvetica; font-size:11px; height:20px; line-height:20px; overflow:hidden}
.defaultSkin .mceListBox .mceOpen {width:9px; height:20px; background:url(../../img/icons.gif) -741px 0; margin-right:2px; border:1px solid #CCC;}
.defaultSkin table.mceListBoxEnabled:hover .mceText, .defaultSkin .mceListBoxHover .mceText, .defaultSkin .mceListBoxSelected .mceText {border:1px solid #A2ABC0; border-right:0; background:#FFF}
.defaultSkin table.mceListBoxEnabled:hover .mceOpen, .defaultSkin .mceListBoxHover .mceOpen, .defaultSkin .mceListBoxSelected .mceOpen {background-color:#FFF; border:1px solid #A2ABC0}
.defaultSkin .mceListBoxDisabled a.mceText {color:gray; background-color:transparent;}
.defaultSkin .mceListBoxMenu {overflow:auto; overflow-x:hidden}
.defaultSkin .mceOldBoxModel .mceListBox .mceText {height:22px}
.defaultSkin .mceOldBoxModel .mceListBox .mceOpen {width:11px; height:22px;}
.defaultSkin select.mceNativeListBox {font-family:'MS Sans Serif',sans-serif,Verdana,Arial; font-size:7pt; background:#F0F0EE; border:1px solid gray; margin-right:2px;}
/* SplitButton */
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButton {width:32px; height:20px; direction:ltr}
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButton a, .defaultSkin .mceSplitButton span {height:20px; display:block}
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButton a.mceAction {width:20px; border:1px solid #F0F0EE; border-right:0;}
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButton span.mceAction {width:20px; background-image:url(../../img/icons.gif);}
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButton a.mceOpen {width:9px; background:url(../../img/icons.gif) -741px 0; border:1px solid #F0F0EE;}
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButton span.mceOpen {display:none}
.defaultSkin table.mceSplitButtonEnabled:hover a.mceAction, .defaultSkin .mceSplitButtonHover a.mceAction, .defaultSkin .mceSplitButtonSelected a.mceAction {border:1px solid #0A246A; border-right:0; background-color:#B2BBD0}
.defaultSkin table.mceSplitButtonEnabled:hover a.mceOpen, .defaultSkin .mceSplitButtonHover a.mceOpen, .defaultSkin .mceSplitButtonSelected a.mceOpen {background-color:#B2BBD0; border:1px solid #0A246A;}
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButtonDisabled .mceAction, .defaultSkin .mceSplitButtonDisabled a.mceOpen {opacity:0.3; -ms-filter:'alpha(opacity=30)'; filter:alpha(opacity=30)}
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButtonActive a.mceAction {border:1px solid #0A246A; background-color:#C2CBE0}
.defaultSkin .mceSplitButtonActive a.mceOpen {border-left:0;}
/* ColorSplitButton */
.defaultSkin div.mceColorSplitMenu table {background:#FFF; border:1px solid gray}
.defaultSkin .mceColorSplitMenu td {padding:2px}
.defaultSkin .mceColorSplitMenu a {display:block; width:9px; height:9px; overflow:hidden; border:1px solid #808080}
.defaultSkin .mceColorSplitMenu td.mceMoreColors {padding:1px 3px 1px 1px}
.defaultSkin .mceColorSplitMenu a.mceMoreColors {width:100%; height:auto; text-align:center; font-family:Tahoma,Verdana,Arial,Helvetica; font-size:11px; line-height:20px; border:1px solid #FFF}
.defaultSkin .mceColorSplitMenu a.mceMoreColors:hover {border:1px solid #0A246A; background-color:#B6BDD2}
.defaultSkin a.mceMoreColors:hover {border:1px solid #0A246A}
.defaultSkin .mceColorPreview {margin-left:2px; width:16px; height:4px; overflow:hidden; background:#9a9b9a}
.defaultSkin .mce_forecolor span.mceAction, .defaultSkin .mce_backcolor span.mceAction {overflow:hidden; height:16px}
/* Menu */
.defaultSkin .mceMenu {position:absolute; left:0; top:0; z-index:1000; border:1px solid #D4D0C8}
.defaultSkin .mceNoIcons span.mceIcon {width:0;}
.defaultSkin .mceNoIcons a .mceText {padding-left:10px}
.defaultSkin .mceMenu table {background:#FFF}
.defaultSkin .mceMenu a, .defaultSkin .mceMenu span, .defaultSkin .mceMenu {display:block}
.defaultSkin .mceMenu td {height:20px}
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Version 3.5.8 (2012-11-20)
Fixed bug where html5 data attributes where stripped from contents.
Fixed bug where toolbar was annouced multiple times with JAWS on Firefox.
Fixed bug where the editor view whouldn't scroll to BR elements when using shift+enter or br enter mode.
Fixed bug where a JS error would be thrown when trying to paste table rows then the rows clipboard was empty.
Fixed bug with auto detection logic for youtube urls in the media plugin.
Fixed bug where the formatter would throw errors if you used the jQuery version of TinyMCE and the latest jQuery.
Fixed bug where the latest WebKit versions would produce span elements when deleting text between blocks.
Fixed bug where the autolink plugin would produce DOM exceptions when pressing shift+enter inside a block element.
Fixed bug where toggling of blockquotes when using br enter mode would produce an exception.
Fixed bug where focusing out of the body of the editor wouldn't properly add an undo level.
Fixed issue with warning message being displayed on IE 9+ about the meta header fix for IE 8.
Version 3.5.7 (2012-09-20)
Changed table row properties dialog to not update multiple rows when row type is header or footer.
Fixed bug in hyperlink dialog for IE9 where links with no target attr set had target value of --
Changing toolbars to have a toolbar role for FF keyboard navigation works correctly.
Fixed bug where applying formatting to an empty block element would produce redundant spans.
Fixed bug where caret formatting on IE wouldn't properly apply if you pressed enter/return.
Fixed bug where loading TinyMCE using an async script wouldn't properly initialize editors.
Fixed bug where some white space would be removed after inline elements before block elements.
Fixed bug where it wouldn't properly parse attributes with a single backslash as it's contents.
Fixed bug where noscript elements would loose it's contents on older IE versions.
Fixed bug where backspace inside empty blockquote wouldn't delete it properly.
Fixed bug where custom elements with . in their names wouldn't work properly.
Fixed bug where the custom_elements option didn't properly setup the block elements schema structure.
Fixed bug where the custom_elements option didn't auto populate the extended_valid_elements.
Fixed bug where the whole TD element would get blcok formatted when there where BR elements in it.
Fixed bug where IE 9 might crash if the editor was hidden and specific styles where applied to surrounding contents.
Fixed bug where shift+enter inside a table cell on Gecko would produce an zero width non breaking space between tr:s.
Fixed bug where the advlink dialog wouldn't properly populate the anchors dropdown if the HTML5 schema was used.
Fixed issue with missing autofocus attribute on input element when using the HTML5 schema.
Fixed issue where enter inside a block contained within an LI element wouldn't produce a new LI.
Version 3.5.6 (2012-07-26)
Added "text" as a valid option to the editor.getContent format option. Makes it easier to get a text representation of the editor contents.
Fixed bug where resizing an image to less that 0x0 pixels would display the ghost image at an incorrect position.
Fixed bug where the remove format button would produce extra paragraphs on WebKit if all of the contents was selected.
Fixed issue where edge resize handles on images of wouldn't scale it with the same aspect ratio.
Fixed so force_p_newlines option works again since some users want mixed mode paragraphs.
Fixed so directionality plugin modifies the dir attribute of all selected blocks in the editor.
Fixed bug where backspace/delete of a custom element would move it's attributes to the parent block on Gecko.
Version 3.5.5 (2012-07-19)
Added full resize support for images and tables on WebKit/Opera. It now behaves just like Gecko.
Added automatic embed support for Vimeo, and Google Maps in media plugin. Patch contributed by Jakub Matas.
Fixed bug where the lists plugin wouldn't properly remove all li elements when toggling selected items of. Patched by Taku AMANO.
Fixed bug where the lists plugin would remove the entire list if you pressed deleted at the beginning of the first element. Patched by Taku AMANO.
Fixed bug where the ordered/unordered list buttons could both be enabled if you nested lists. Patch contributed by Craig Petchell.
Fixed bug where shift+enter wouldn't produce a BR in a LI when having forced_root_blocks set to false.
Fixed bug where scrollbars aren't visible in fullscreen when window is resized.
Fixed bug with updating the border size using the advimage dialog on IE 9.
Fixed bug where the selection of inner elements on IE 8 in contentEditable mode would select the whole parent element.
Fixed bug where the enter key would produce an empty anchor if you pressed it at the space after a link on IE.
Fixed bug where autolink plugin would produce an exception for specific html see bug #5365
Fixed so the formatChanged function takes an optional "similar" parameter to use while matching the format.
Version (2012-06-24)
Fixed issue with Shift+A selecting all contents on Chrome.
Version 3.5.4 (2012-06-21)
Added missing mouse events to HTML5 schema. Some events needs to be manually defined though since the spec is huge.
Added image resizing for WebKit browsers by faking the whole resize behavior.
Fixed bug in context menu plugin where listener to hide menu wasn't removed correctly.
Fixed bug where media plugin wouldn't use placeholder size for the object/video elements.
Fixed bug where jQuery plugin would break attr function in jQuery 1.7.2.
Fixed bug where jQuery plugin would throw an error if you used the tinymce pseudo selector when TinyMCE wasn't loaded.
Fixed so encoding option gets applied when using jQuery val() or attr() to extract the contents.
Fixed so any non valid width/height passed to media plugin would get parsed to proper integer or percent values.
Version 3.5.3 (2012-06-19)
Added missing wbr element to HTML5 schema.
Added new mceToggleFormat command. Enabled you to toggle a specific format on/off.
Fixed bug where undo/redo state didn't update correctly after executing an execCommand call.
Fixed bug where the editor would get auto focused on IE running in quirks mode.
Fixed bug where pressing enter before an IMG or INPUT element wouldn't properly split the block.
Fixed bug where backspace would navigate back when selecting control types on IE.
Fixed bug where the editor remove method would unbind events for controls outside the editor instance UI.
Fixed bug where the autosave plugin would try to store a draft copy of editors that where removed.
Fixed bug where floated elements wouldn't expand the block created when pressing enter on non IE browsers.
Fixed bug where the caret would be placed in the wrong location when pressing enter at the beginning of a block.
Fixed bug where it wasn't possible to block events using the handle_event_callback option.
Fixed bug where keyboard navigation of the ColorSplitButton.js didn't work correctly.
Fixed bug where keyboard navigation didn't work correctly on split buttons.
Fixed bug where the legacy Event.add function didn't properly handle multiple id:s passed in.
Fixed bug where the caret would disappear on IE when selecting all contents and pressing backspace/delete.
Fixed bug where the getStart/getEnd methods would sometimes return elements from the wrong document on IE.
Fixed so paragraphs gets created if you press enter inside a form element.
Version 3.5.2 (2012-05-31)
Added new formatChanged method to tinymce.Formatter class. Enables easier state change handling of formats.
Added new selectorChanged method to tinymce.dom.Selection class. Enables easier state change handling of matching CSS selectors.
Changed the default theme to be advanced instead of simple since most users uses the advanced theme.
Changed so the theme_advanced_buttons doesn't have a default set if one button row is specified.
Changed the theme_advanced_toolbar_align default value to "left".
Changed the theme_advanced_toolbar_location default value to "top".
Changed the theme_advanced_statusbar_location default value to "bottom".
Fixed bug where the simple link dialog would remove class and target attributes from links when updating them if the drop downs wasn't visible.
Fixed bug where the link/unlink buttons wouldn't get disabled once a link was created by the autolink plugin logic.
Fixed bug where the border attribute was missing in the HTML5 schema.
Fixed bug where the legacyoutput plugin would use inline styles for font color.
Fixed bug where editing of anchor names wouldn't produce an undo level.
Fixed bug where the table plugin would delete the last empty block element in the editor.
Fixed bug where pasting table rows when they where selected would make it impossible to editor that table row.
Fixed bug with pressing enter in IE while having a select list focused would produce a JS error.
Fixed bug where it wasn't possible to merge table cells by selecting them and using merge from context menu.
Removed summary from HTML5 table attributes and fixed so this and other deprecated table fields gets hidden in the table dialog.
Version (2012-05-25)
Fixed bug with control creation where plugin specific controls didn't work as expected.
Version 3.5.1 (2012-05-25)
Added new onBeforeAdd event to UndoManager patch contributed by Dan Rumney.
Added support for overriding the theme rendering logic by using a custom function.
Fixed bug where links wasn't automatically created by the autolink plugin on old IE versions when pressing enter in BR mode.
Fixed bug where enter on older IE versions wouldn't produce a new paragraph if the previous sibling paragraph was empty.
Fixed bug where toString on a faked DOM range on older IE versions wouldn't return a proper string.
Fixed bug where named anchors wouldn't work properly when schema was set to HTML5.
Fixed bug where HTML5 datalist options wasn't correctly parsed or indented.
Fixed bug where linking would add anchors around block elements when the HTML5 schema was used.
Fixed issue where the autolink plugin wouldn't properly handle
Optimized initialization and reduced rendering flicker by hiding the target element while initializing.
Version (2012-05-10)
Fixed bug where selection normalization logic would break the selections of parent elements using the element path.
Fixed bug where the autolink plugin would include trailing dots in domain names in the link creation.
Fixed bug where the autolink plugin would produce an error on older IE versions when pressing enter.
Fixed bug where old IE versions would throw an error during initialization when the editor was placed in an size restricted div.
Version 3.5 (2012-05-03)
Fixed menu rendering issue if the document was in rtl mode.
Fixed bug where the hide function would throw an error about a missing variable.
Fixed bug where autolink wouldn't convert URLs when hitting enter on IE due to the new enter key logic.
Fixed bug where formatting using shortcuts like ctrl+b wouldn't work properly the first time.
Fixed bug where selection.setContent after a formatter call wouldn't generate formatted contents.
Fixed bug where whitespace would be removed before/after invalid_elements when they where removed.
Fixed bug where updating styles using the theme image dialog in non inline mode on IE9 would produce errors.
Fixed bug where IE 8 would produce an error when using the contextmenu plugin.
Fixed bug where delete/backspace could remove contents of noneditable elements.
Fixed so background color in style preview gets computed from body element if the current style element is transparent.
Version 3.5b3 (2012-03-29)
Added cancel button to colour picker dialog.
Added figure and figcaption to the html5 visualblocks plugin.
Added default alignment options for the figure element.
Fixed bug where empty inline elements within block elements would sometimes produce a br child element.
Fixed bug where urls pointing to the same domain as the current one would cause undefined errors. Patch contributed by Paul Giberson.
Fixed bug where enter inside an editable element inside an non editable element would split the element.
Fixed bug where cut/copy/paste of noneditable elements didn't work.
Fixed bug where backspace would sometimes produce font elements on WebKit.
Fixed bug where WebKit would produce spans out of various inline elements when using backspace.
Fixed bug where IE9 wouldn't properly update image styles when images where resized.
Fixed bug where drag/drop of noneditable elements didn't work correctly.
Fixed bug where applying formatting to all contents wouldn't work correctly when an end point was inside an empty bock. Patch contributed by Jose Luiz.
Fixed bug where IE10 removed the scopeName from the DOM element interface and there for it produced an undefined string in element path.
Fixed bug where the caret would be placed at an incorrect location if you applied block formatting while having the caret at the end of the block.
Fixed bug where applying column changes using the cell dialog would only update the first column. Patch contributed by krzyko.
Fixed bug where the visualblocks plugin would force editor focus if it was turned on by default.
Fixed bug where the tabfocus plugin would tab to iframes these are now ignored.
Fixed bug where format drop down list wouldn't show the currently active format for a parent element.
Fixed bug where paste of plain text in IE 9 would remove the new line characters from text.
Fixed bug where the menu buttons/split button menus wouldn't be opened at the right location on older IE versions.
Fixed bug where Gecko browsers wouldn't properly display the right format when having the selection as specific places.
Fixed bug where shift+enter inside the body when having forced_root_blocks set to false would throw an error.
Fixed bug where the jQuery plugin would break the attr method of jQuery 1.7.2. Patch contributed by Markus Kemmerling.
Fixed so options like content_css accepts and array as well as a comma separated string as input.
Restructured the internal logic to make it more separate from Editor.js.
Updated the Sizzle engine to the latest version.
Version 3.5b2 (2012-03-15)
Rewrote the enter key logic to normalize browser behavior.
Fixed so enter within PRE elements produces a BR and shift+enter breaks/end the PRE. Can be disabled using the br_in_pre option.
Fixed bug where the selection wouldn't be correct after applying formatting and having the caret at the end of the new format node.
Fixed bug where the noneditable plugin would process contents on raw input calls for example on undo/redo calls.
Fixed bug where WebKit could produce an exception when a bookmark was requested when there wasn't a proper selection.
Fixed bug where WebKit would fail to open the image dialog since it would be returning false for a class name instead of a string.
Fixed so alignment and indentation works properly when forced_root_blocks is set to false. It will produce a DIV by default.
Version 3.5b1 (2012-03-08)
Added new event class that is faster and enables support for faking events.
Added new self_closing_elements, short_ended_elements, boolean_attributes, non_empty_elements and block_elements options to control the HTML Schema.
Added new schema option and support for the HTML5 schema.
Added new visualblocks plugin that shows html5 blocks with visual borders.
Added new types and selector options to make it easier to create editor instances with different configs.
Added new preview of formatting options in various listboxes.
Added new preview_styles option that enables control over what gets previewed.
Fixed bug where content css would be loaded twice into iframe.
Fixed bug where start elements with only whitespace in the attribute part wouldn't be correctly parsed.
Fixed bug where the advlink dialog would produce an error about the addSelectAccessibility function not being defined.
Fixed bug where the caret would be placed at an incorrect position if span was removed by the invalid_elements setting.
Fixed bug where elements inside a white space preserve element like pre didn't inherit the behavior while parsing.
Version 3.4.9 (2012-02-23)
Added settings to wordcount plugin to configure update rate and checking wordcount on backspace and delete using wordcount_update_rate and wordcount_update_on_delete.
Fixed bug in Webkit and IE where deleting empty paragraphs would remove entire editor contents.
Fixed bug where pressing enter on end of list item with a heading would create a new item with heading.
Fixed edit css style dialog text-decoration none checkbox so it disables other text-decoration options when enabled.
Fixed bug in Gecko where undo wasn't added when focus was lost.
Fixed bug in Gecko where shift-enter in table cell ending with BR doesn't move caret to new line.
Fixed bug where right-click on formatted text in IE selected the entire line.
Fixed bug where text ending with space could not be unformatted in IE.
Fixed bug where caret formatting would be removed when moving the caret when a selector expression was used.
Fixed bug where formatting would be applied to the body element when all contents where selected and format had both inline and selector parts.
Fixed bug where the media plugin would throw errors if you had iframe set as an invalid element in config.
Fixed bug where the caret would be placed at the top of the document if you inserted a table and undo:ed that operation. Patch contributed by Wesley Walser.
Fixed bug where content css files where loaded twice into the iframe.
Fixed so elements with comments would be trated as non empty elements. Patch contributed by Arjan Scherpenisse.
Version 3.4.8 (2012-02-02)
Fixed bug in IE where selected text ending with space cannot be formatted then formatted again to get original text.
Fixed bug in IE where images larger than editor area were being deselected when toolbar buttons are clicked.
Fixed bug where wrong text align buttons are active when multiple block elements are selected.
Fixed bug where selected link not showing in target field of link dialog in some selection cases.
Use settings for remove_trailing_br so this can be turned off instead of hard coding the value.
Fixed bug in IE where the media plugin displayed null text when some values aren't filled in.
Added API method 'onSetAttrib' that fires when the attribute value on a node changes.
Fix font size dropdown value not being updated when text already has a font size in the advanced template.
Fixed bug in IE where IE doesn't use ARIA attributes properly on options - causing labels to be read out 2 times.
Fixed bug where caret cannot be placed after table if table is at end of document in IE.
Fixed bug where adding range isn't always successful so we need to check range count otherwise an exception can occur.
Added spacebar onclick handler to toolbar buttons to ensure that the accessibility behaviour works correctly.
Fixed bug where a stranded bullet point would get created in WebKit.
Fixed bug where selecting text in a blockquote and pressing backspace toggles the style.
Fixed bug where pressing enter from a heading in IE, the resulting P tag below it shares the style property.
Fix white space in between spans from being deleted.
Fixed bug where scrollbars where visible in the character map dialog on Gecko.
Fixed issue with missing translation for one of the emoticons.
Fixed bug where dots in id:s where causing problems. Patch provided by Abhishek Dev.
Fixed bug where urls with an at sign in the path wouldn't be parsed correctly. Patch contributed by Jason Grout.
Fixed bug where Opera would remove the first character of a inline formatted word if you pressed backspace.
Fixed bugs with the autoresize plugin on various browsers and removed the need for the throbber.
Fixed performance issue where the contextmenu plugin would try to remove the menu even if it was removed. Patch contributed by mhu.
Version 3.4.7 (2011-11-03)
Modified the caret formatting behavior to word similar to common desktop wordprocessors like Word or Libre Office.
Fixed bug in Webkit - Cursor positioning does not work vertically within a table cell with multiple lines of text.
Fixed bug in IE where Inserting a table in IE8 places cursor in the second cell of the first row.
Fixed bug in IE where editor in a frame doesn't give focus to the toolbar using ALT-F10.
Fix for webkit and gecko so that deleting bullet from start of list outdents inner list items and moves first item into paragraph.
Fix new list items in IE8 not displayed on a new line when list contains nested list items.
Clear formatting in table cell breaks the cell.
Made media type list localisable.
Fix out of memory error when using prototype in media dialog.
Fixed bug where could not add a space in the middle of a th cell.
Fixed bug where adding a bullet between two existing bullets adds an extra one
Fixed bug where trying to insert a new entry midway through a bulleted list fails dismally when the next entry is tabbed in.
Fixed bug where pressing enter on an empty list item does not outdent properly in FF
Fixed bug where adding a heading after a list item in a table cell changes all styles in that cell
Fixed bug where hitting enter to exit from a bullet list moves cursor to the top of the page in Firefox.
Fixed bug where pressing backspace would not delete HRs in Firefox and IE when next to an empty paragraph.
Fixed bug where deleting part of the link text can cause a link with no destination to be saved.
Fixed bug where css style border widths wasn't handled correctly in table dialog.
Fixed bug where parsing invalid html contents on IE or WebKit could produce an infinite loop.
Fixed bug where scripts with custom script types wasn't properly passed though the editor.
Fixed issue where some Japanese kanji characters wasn't properly entity encoded when numeric entity mode was enabled.
Made emoticons dialog use the keyboard naviation.
Added navigation instructions to the symbols dialog.
Added ability to set default values for the media plugin.
Added new font_size_legacy_values option for converting old font element sizes to span with font-size properties.
Fixed bug where the symbols dialog was not accessible.
Added quirk for IE ensuring that the body of the document containing tinyMCE has a role="application" for accessibility.
Fixed bug where the advanced color picker wasn't working properly on FF 7.
Fixed issue where the advanced color picker was producing uppercase hex codes.
Fixed bug where IE 8 could throw exceptions if the contents contained resizable content elements.
Fixed bug where caret formatting wouldn't be correctly applied to previous sibling on WebKit.
Fixed bug where the select boxes for font size/family would loose it's value on WebKit due to recent iOS fixes.
Version 3.4.6 (2011-09-29)
Fixed bug where list items were being created for empty divs.
Added support in Media plugin for audio media using the embed tag
Fixed accessibility bugs in WebKit and IE8 where toolbar items were not being read.
Added new use_accessible_selects option to ensure accessible list boxes are used in all browsers (custom widget in firefox native on other browsers)
Fixed bug where classid attribute was not being checked from embed objects.
Fixed bug in jsrobot tests with intermittently failing.
Fixed bug where anchors wasn't updated properly if you edited them using IE 8.
Fixed bug where input method on WebKit on Mac OS X would fail to initialize when sometimes focusing the editor.
Fixed bug where it wasn't possible to select HR elements on WebKit by simply clicking on them.
Fixed bug where the media plugin wouldn't work on IE9 when not using the inlinepopups plugin.
Fixed bug where hspace,vspace,align and bgcolor would be removed from object elements in the media plugin.
Fixed bug where the new youtube format wouldn't be properly parsed by the media plugin.
Fixed bug where the style attribute of layers wasn't properly updated on IE and Gecko.
Fixed bug where editing contents in a layer would fail on Gecko since contentEditable doesn't inherit properly.
Fixed bug where IE 6/7 would produce JS errors when serializing contents containing layers.
Version 3.4.5 (2011-09-06)
Fixed accessibility bug in WebKit where the right and left arrow keys would update native list boxes.
Added new whitespace_elements option to enable users to specify specific elements where the whitespace is preserved.
Added new merge_siblings option to formats. This option makes it possible to disable the auto merging of siblings when applying formats.
Fixed bug in IE where trailing comma in paste plugin would cause plugin to not run correctly.
Fixed bug in WebKit where console messages would be logged when deleting an empty document.
Fixed bug in IE8 where caret positioned is on list item instead of paragraph when outdent splits the list
Fixed bug with image dialogs not inserting an image if id was omitted from valid_elements.
Fixed bug where the selection normalization logic wouldn't properly handle image elements in specific config cases.
Fixed bug where the map elements coords attribute would be messed up by IE when serializing the DOM.
Fixed bug where IE wouldn't properly handle custom elements when the contents was serialized.
Fixed bug where you couldn't move the caret in Gecko if you focused the editor using the API or a UI control.
Fixed bug where adjacent links would get merged on IE due to bugs in their link command.
Fixed bug where the color split buttons would loose the selection on IE if the editor was placed in a frame/iframe.
Fixed bug where floated images in WebKit wouldn't get properly linked.
Fixed bug where the fullscreen mode in a separate window wasn't forced into IE9+ standards mode.
Fixed bug where pressing enter in an empty editor on WebKit could produce DIV elements instead of P.
Fixed bug where spans would get removed incorrectly when merging two blocks on backspace/delete on WebKit.
Fixed bug where the editor contents wouldn't be completely removed on backspace/delete on WebKit.
Fixed bug where the fullpage plugin wouldn't properly render style elements in the head on IE 6/7.
Fixed bug where the nonbreaking_force_tab option in the nonbreaking plugin wouldn't work on Gecko/WebKit.
Fixed bug where the isDirty state would become true on non IE browsers if there was an table at the end of the contents.
Fixed bug where entities wasn't properly encoded on WebKit when pasting text as plain text.
Fixed bug where empty editors would produce an exception of valid_elements didn't include body and forced_root_blocks where disabled.
Fixed bug where the fullscreen mode wouldn't retain the header/footer in the fullpage plugin.
Fixed issue where the plaintext_mode and plaintext_mode_sticky language keys where swapped.
Version 3.4.4 (2011-08-04)
Added new html5 audio support. Patch contributed by Ronald M. Clifford.
Added mute option for video elements and preload options for video/audio patch contributed by Dmitry Kalinkin.
Fixed selection to match visual selection before applying formatting changes.
Fixed browser specific bugs in lists for WebKit and IE.
Fixed bug where IE would scroll the window if you closed an inline dialog that was larger than the viewport. Patch by Laurence Keijmel.
Fixed bug where pasting contents near a span element could remove parts of that span. Patch contributed by Wesley Walser.
Fixed bug where formatting change would be lost after pressing enter.
Fixed bug in WebKit where deleting across blocks would add extra styles.
Fixed bug where moving cursor vertically in tables in WebKit wasn't working.
Fixed bug in IE where deleting would cause error in console.
Fixed bug where the formatter was not applying formats across list elements.
Fixed bug where the wordcount plugin would try and update the wordcount if tinymce had been destroyed.
Fixed bug where tabfocus plugin would attempt to focus elements not displayed when their parent element was hidden.
Fixed bug where the contentEditable state would sometimes be removed if you deleted contents in Gecko.
Fixed bug where inserting contents using mceInsertContent would fail if "span" was disabled in valid_elements.
Fixed bug where initialization might fail if some resource on gecko wouldn't load properly and fire the onload event.
Fixed bug where ctrl+7/8/9 keys wouldn't properly add the specific formats associated with them.
Fixed bug where the HTML tags wasn't properly closed in the style plugins properties dialog.
Fixed bug where the list plugin would produce an exception if the user tried to delete an element at the very first location.
Version (2011-06-30)
Fixed bug where deleting all of a paragraph inside a table cell would behave badly in webkit.
Fixed bugs in tests in firefox5 and WebKit.
Fixed bug where selection of table cells would produce an exception on Gecko.
Fixed bug where the caret wasn't properly rendered on Gecko when the editor was hidden.
Fixed bug where pasting plain text into WebKit would produce a pre element it will now produce more semantic markup.
Fixed bug where selecting list type formats using the advlist plugin on IE8 would loose editor selection.
Fixed bug where forced root blocks logic wouldn't properly pad elements created if they contained data attributes.
Fixed bug where it would remove all contents of the editor if you inserted an image when not having a caret in the document.
Fixed bug where the YUI compressor wouldn't properly encode strings with only a quote in them.
Fixed bug where WebKit on iOS5 wouldn't call nodeChanged when the selection was changed.
Fixed bug where mceFocus command wouldn't work properly on Gecko since it didn't focus the body element.
Fixed performance issue with the noneditable plugin where it would enable/disable controls to often.
Version (2011-06-16)
Fixed bug where listboxes were not being handled correctly by JAWS in firefox with the o2k7 skin.
Fixed bug where custom buttons were not being rendered correctly when in high contrast mode.
Added support for iOS 5 that now supporting contentEditable in it's latest beta.
Fixed bug where urls in style attributes with a _ character followed by a number would cause incorrect output.
Fixed bug where custom_elements option wasn't working properly on IE browsers.
Fixed bug where custom_elements marked as block elements wouldn't get correctly treated as block elements.
Fixed bug where attributes with </> wasn't properly encoded as XML entities.
Version 3.4.3 (2011-06-09)
Fixed bug where deleting backwards before an image into a list would put the cursor in the wrong location.
Fixed bug where styles plugin would not apply styles across multiple selected block elements correctly.
Fixed bug where cursor would jump to start of document when selection contained empty table cells in IE8.
Fixed bug where applied styles wouldn't be kept if you pressed enter twice to produce two paragraphs.
Fixed bug where a ghost like caret would appear on Gecko when pressing enter while having a text color applied.
Fixed bug where IE would produce absolute urls if you inserted a image/link and reloaded the page.
Fixed bug where applying a heading style to a list item would cascade style to children list items.
Fixed bug where Editor loses focus when backspacing and changing styles in WebKit.
Fixed bug where exception was thrown in tinymce.util.URI when parsing a relative URI and no base_uri setting was provided.
Fixed bug where alt-f10 was not always giving focus to the toolbar on Safari.
Added new 'allow_html_in_named_anchor' option to allow html to occur within a named anchor tag. Use at own risk.
Added plugin dependency support. Will autoload plugins specified as a dependency if they haven't been loaded.
Fixed bug where the autolink plugin didn't work with non-English keyboards when pressing ).
Added possibility to change properties of all table cells in a column.
Added external_image_list option to get images list from user-defined variable or function.
Fixed bug where the autoresize plugin wouldn't reduce the editors height on Chrome.
Fixed bug where table size inputs were to small for values with size units.
Fixed bug where table cell/row size input values were not validated.
Fixed bug where menu item line-height would be set to wrong value by external styles.
Fixed bug where hasUndo() would return wrong answer.
Fixed bug where page title would be set to undefined by fullpage plugin.
Fixed bug where HTML5 video properties were not updated in embedded media settings.
Fixed bug where HTML comment on the first line would cause an error.
Fixed bug where spellchecker menu was positioned incorrectly on IE.
Fixed bug where breaking out of list elements on WebKit would produce a DIV instead of P after the list.
Fixed bug where pasting from Word in IE9 would add extra BR elements when text was word wrapped.
Fixed bug where numeric entities with leading zeros would produce incorrect decoding.
Fixed bug where hexadecimal entities wasn't properly decoded.
Fixed bug where bookmarks wasn't properly stored/restored on undo/redo.
Fixed bug where the mceInsertCommand didn't retain the values of links if they contained non url contents.
Fixed bug where the valid_styles option wouldn't be properly used on styles for specific elements.
Fixed so contentEditable is used for the body of the editor if it's supported.