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I have both WYSIWYG and CK-Editor modules installed and enabled in my site. However, in response to a recent post (and elsewhere) I was told that I should NOT have both modules installed as they conflict with each other!
The module I am currently trying to configure (Media) specifically says that I need WYSIWYG AND CK-Editor
In the latest version of Wysiwyg (7.x-2.1) profiles allows me to select the editor for use with the Wysiwyg module. As CK-Editor was installed, it allowed me to select between CK-Editor or No Editor.
Opening up 'Installation Instructions' it lists a number of possible editors. The FIRST one is CK-Editor! I searched for the other editors listed, on the drupal.org website and found the following:
FCKEdit - latest version 6.x
jWysiwyg - replaced by Wysiwyg API
markitup - latest version 6.x
NicEdit - replaced by wysiwyg api
openwysiwyg - latest version 6.x
TinyMCE - replaced by wysiwyg api
whizzywig - latest version 6.x
wymeditor - discontinued
yui editor - latest version 6.x
I am running Drupal 7.7 Not Version 6! I want an editor - not another API on which to plug another editor!
On your main module page
http://drupal.org/project/wysiwyg under the heading 'Supported editors/plugins' The FIRST editor listed is CK-Editor. It then goes on to list the ones listed above which are either for Drupal version 6.x or replaced by the Wysiwyg API or discontinued.
So, I have two questions:
1. Is CK-Editor compatible with WYSIWYG or is it not?
2. If it is not compatible, then which editor IS compatible with WYSIWYG 7.x-2.1 running under Drupal 7.7?
WHICH EDITOR SHOULD I BE USING????