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 FCKeditor basepath includes projectname

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knoops


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Posted: 05/05/2007, 3:17 AM

I have been able to succesfully implement the FCKeditor, but a small nuisance remains...

When generating the onLoad-script, CCS appears to include the projectname into the basepath for the fckeditor.
So when I have defined "fckeditor" as the fckeditorpath in my Project Settings, it will generate a basepath "/projectname/fckeditor" in the javascript. Naturally, I don't like to manually adjust the path after each generation.

I have tried to find the solution in the Program Files/CodeChargeStudio3/Component/Actions/Client/General-folder by modifying the "Attach FCKeditor.xml" file. It has not resulted in any noticable chance and messing with the program files is a bit bad idea anyway.

Does anybody have any idea where else to look, so that only the specified basepath is generated for the fckeditor?

Thanks in advance...
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miko

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Posted: 05/06/2007, 11:11 PM

I am not sure if I correctly understand your problem but if project property 'FCKeditor Base Path' starts with '/' CCS considers this path as absolute and doesn't add anything to it.

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knoops


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Posted: 05/11/2007, 9:00 AM

Cheers!

That was the correct solution....
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