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Please use the following module to MIGRATE YOUR LINKS from Node Picker format: Node Picker Migrate.
This is a rewrite of the module TinyMCE Node Picker that aims to support additional editors besides TinyMCE. In the current ALPHA release TinyMCE, FCKEditor and CKEditor are supported. Support for additional editors such as openWYSIWYG and YUI Editor will be added if there is a demand for it.
Node Picker provides a button in supported editors that displays a list of links to content. Choosing a link inserts it into the editor.
The module includes template files which can be edited for your theme, but should not require theming to display correctly.
It also creates two views called nodepicker_nodes and nodepicker_taxonomy which can be edited to change the results that the link picker displays.
Node Picker uses a input filter for outputing future proof links.
This module is a great match with Image Browser for a superior link and image handling experience.
State of development
Still left to do:
Support for exposed filters in the UI Support for CKEditor Module settings
- Support multiple menus
- Pager does not display correct when using the Tao base theme.
In the 2.x branch Node picker no longer makes use of an input filter. Instead we have opted for the use of an existing module to accomplish the same behavior, Pathologic. The 2.x branch is still in development and there is no upgrade path from 1.x at this time. For more information on why we are removing the input filter please see .
- Maintenance status: Seeking new maintainer
- Development status: No further development
- Module categories: Filters/Editors
- Reported installs: 63 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 8,470
- Last modified: November 19, 2015
- This project is not covered by the security advisory policy.
Use at your own risk! It may have publicly disclosed vulnerabilities.