Disabling plugins should be more intuitive
|Reported by:||wwalc||Owned by:||tobiasz.cudnik|
I'm not sure it it's just a problem with the contextmenu, anyway I guess it deserves a ticket.
If anyone wants to disable the contextmenu, it's quite logical that he'll do something like:
config.removePlugins = 'contextmenu';
Unfortunately it will not work. Instead, ones have to search in source code for all plugins that require contextmenu and disable them. I believe it should happen automatically. Why?
In CKEditor 3.2 to disable the context menu it was enough to add:
removePlugins : 'scayt,menubutton,contextmenu'
Unfortunately if someone upgraded to CKEditor 3.3, he noticed that CKEditor suddenly stopped working. This is because another plugin that requires contextmenu has been added (liststyle), causing a JS error:
editor.addMenuGroup is not a function
Change History (10)
comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by fredck
- Keywords Discussion removed
- Milestone set to CKEditor 3.5
- Status changed from new to confirmed
comment:3 Changed 7 years ago by tobiasz.cudnik
- Owner set to tobiasz.cudnik
- Status changed from confirmed to assigned