In version 7.x-1.3 I can add new plugin by copying plugin folder to the modules/ckeditor/plugins/_module_name_ and adding button to the text field with other buttons in the CKEditor profile edit page. Now in version 7.x-1.4 plugins are working and buttons showing when I edit articles, but I can't see them in the CKEditor profile edit page.
How can I add my plugins buttons to the "All buttons" in the profile edit page?

Files: 
CommentFileSizeAuthor
#14 cekditor_field.zip3.32 KBanil_89
#4 cekditor_redpen.tgz4.79 KBchrisgross

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mkesicki’s picture

Status:Active» Postponed (maintainer needs more info)

Did you enabled this plugin on CKEditor profile configuration (below "all buttons") ?
Do you see any JavaScript errors in Firebug console ?
Can you attach zip with your plugin ?

chrisgross’s picture

I'm having what I think is the same problem.

On 7.x-1.3, my custom plugin showed up on the profile edit page, under "Plugins" and I was able to add to the textarea that configures the toolbar.

On 7.x-1.4, my custom plugin shows up on the profile edit page, under "Plugins," but there is no toolbar button for me drag onto the "used" toolbar, and since there is no textarea, I can't add it in manually. My button is not showing up in the toolbar one the node edit page at all, but that is probably because I installed 7.x-1.4 instead of upgrading, so the value never got set.

I am not seeing any js errors

mkesicki’s picture

Please attach your plugin here (or send it in mail), so we can check what happens.

chrisgross’s picture

StatusFileSize
new4.79 KB

Here it is, a simple plugin.

I have confirmed the OP issue. I downgraded to 7.x-1.3, added the button via the config text field, then re-upgraded to 7.x-1.4. Now the button is there when editing the node, but never appears on the ckeditor profile config page.

dwieeb’s picture

Same problem: my plugin no longer shows up in the config page of CKEditor when I upgraded to 1.4.

mkesicki’s picture

Title:Adding custom plugin» [D7] Adding custom plugin
Status:Postponed (maintainer needs more info)» Fixed

@chrisgross I added :

    'buttons' => array( 'RedPen' => array(
        'icon' => 'images/icon.png',
        'label' => 'Red Pen',
      ),

to your .module file and it works fine.
@dwieeb please compare attached file and changes with your plugin.
If you have more problems please reopen this ticket.

dwieeb’s picture

Thanks, I didn't see the change in ckeditor.api.php. It works now.

chrisgross’s picture

Thanks, it works well! That should definitely go in ckeditor.api.php, right?

mkesicki’s picture

@chrisgross I commited changes to GIT. Please test it and give a note if everything works fine.

mkesicki’s picture

Title:[D7] Adding custom plugin» [D7] Adding custom plugin - change in ckeditor.api.php
chrisgross’s picture

It all looks good from here.

dczepierga’s picture

I've add some more changes in ckeditor.api.php and README file.

Greetings

mkesicki’s picture

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)
anil_89’s picture

StatusFileSize
new3.32 KB

Here I example that how we can a custom text (token ) in ckeditor,
use
hook_ckeditor_plugin()

for adding plugin see full example module

mkesicki’s picture

Status:Closed (fixed)» Needs review
dczepierga’s picture

Status:Needs review» Closed (fixed)