I have the same problem - does anyone know how to fix this?
Is this issue addressed yet? I have this problem in 7.x-1.14.
Error: TypeError: $.ui.dialog.overlay is undefined
Error: TypeError: Drupal.ajax is not a constructor
Same here but using Wysiwyg with ckeditor source in library - not the drupal ckeditor. Exactly the same issue.
Same problem here using ckeditor in libraries directory and the last version of the module (7.x-1.16)
Go to admin/config/content/ckeditor/editg - scroll down to the bottom and find there "Aggregate ckeditor.js". Is it disabled in your installation? If it's enabled, then disable it so that ckeditor.js was skipped during aggregation.
Reopened the issue.
Problem still persist:
CKEditor (as module and in a modules'folder) / CKEditor 4.4.6
Adminimal theme 7.x-1.5
If JS agg turn on, the CK loader not loading no JS errors in the console. Tried to turn on/off the CKeditor's aggregation option.
Anyone any idea?
Disable Enable advanced aggregation option Or
Disable picture module seems fix this issue.
Still don't know why.
I managed to get everything working with disabling this option in AdvAgg:
"Move all inline scripts to the bottom of the execution order" - (admin/config/development/performance/advagg/mod)
On a side note:
On another side note:
Bumping the admin interface down to Jquery 1.5 (without adjusting AdvAgg values) also helped loading the editor, but the insert error from above was also present.
For me and my customer, this is a much better option than to completely disable and then re-enable AdvAgg if they want to edit something. Choose your "solution" accordingly.
In my case the option : "Move all inline scripts to the bottom of the execution order" - (admin/config/development/performance/advagg/mod) was already disabled and none of the other options on that page is enabled still the bug is there.
As far as the JS aggregation is enabled the ckeditor does not load.
This problem should be because of any other JS error as mentioned in comment-8 or some conflicts with Advance aggregation module.
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