Czorneboh wrote:I do remember, that there are more buttons possible than seen in the standard. How to activate that save button or to pull it into the toolbar?
The save/submit button in the CKEDITOR toolbars is build and invented for standalone and simple WYSIWYG Editor form approaches.
If you embed this WYSIWYG editor to a framework like Serendipity, there are special needs for various fields, which do not always correspond to the button handlers using it as a standalone or simple embedded tool. One of it is saving a textareas (entry) field, another the image inclusion for example. Serendipity entry forms are much more "complicated" than a simple html form, which has included a wysiwyg editor in the textarea field. A CKE toolbar submit would have to know any case of what to send. This before.
That is why we recommend not
to use the cke toolbar save/submit button, since it would only happen to work in normal blog entries (at least the last time I checked this, it did
), but not
in staticpage entries for example. This is, why it only is included in the (default) full toolbar, still not really recommended to use.
Czorneboh wrote:And another thing according to the toolbar: the first button for the size of title: the describing word is visible only partly. If I could pull down a group of buttons to the 2nd line, perhaps it would exceed? But I do not can grap the buttons /button group to drag them down, as like in my browser.
You mean the FORMAT select button field, don't you. It is of a certain size, meaning, has limited height and is scrollable (checked working in every browser) and a limited width. This is by design. And you see the first select "Überschrift h1" to be cut by width. (I assume this is what you are talking about
.) This is because there are different languages in the world, varying by length, which force you to make UI compromises. As you easily can see what is meant in this case by reading the visible followup select fields "Überschrift h2" and "Überschrift h3" etc, there is no really need to make this select field versatile. A place change in toolbar would not have any effects. I would not
recommend to change the internal styles for this.
And yes, the toolbar groups or buttons are not moveable like browser tabs. If you want to change the button or button group order you will have to learn how to do this yourself. It is partially documented in Serendipity/htmlarea/ckeditor_s9y_config.js and even how to set up a custom config file. I would not recommend to do this just because of some minor design questions, before you know what you are doing. [This only if you use the core CKEDITOR package, not the plugin we are talking about here!]