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Extracting code of BBCODE editor from SMF

Started by phaz3, August 24, 2019, 05:10:42 AM

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phaz3

Hi

I'm using SMF forum on 2.0.15 version and I'd like my site to have the same editor as my forum, how to extract the editor only to use it for my site? (I don't need message parsing for bbcodes and preg_replaces) Only the editor.

Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

You are free to try and do that, but we do not have documentation for it, nor is it something that really falls in the scope of SMF support.
A Finnish Project Manager (Support Specialist)
 Happily running multiple SMF 2.x installations.
  Fooling around with i7-10700 @ 2,90GHz-4.80GHz / 16Gb / RTX-2070 Super / 3840x2160 / Win 10 x64


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"Before you allow people access to your forum, especially in an administrative position, you must be aware that that person can seriously damage your forum. Therefore, you should only allow people that you trust, implicitly, to have such access." -Douglas

Sesquipedalian

You might be better off to implement SCEditor on your site, since that is the editor for SMF 2.1.
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cool4you

Quote from: Sesquipedalian on August 26, 2019, 07:05:55 PM
You might be better off to implement SCEditor on your site, since that is the editor for SMF 2.1.
i would also like smf 2.0 editor as it is less javascript dependable than stupid sceditor and ckeditor.

Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

It is also broken beyond repair, so you really are better off looking at alternatives.
A Finnish Project Manager (Support Specialist)
 Happily running multiple SMF 2.x installations.
  Fooling around with i7-10700 @ 2,90GHz-4.80GHz / 16Gb / RTX-2070 Super / 3840x2160 / Win 10 x64


How you can help SMF

"Before you allow people access to your forum, especially in an administrative position, you must be aware that that person can seriously damage your forum. Therefore, you should only allow people that you trust, implicitly, to have such access." -Douglas

Arantor

Quote from: cool4you on September 07, 2019, 05:23:34 AM
Quote from: Sesquipedalian on August 26, 2019, 07:05:55 PM
You might be better off to implement SCEditor on your site, since that is the editor for SMF 2.1.
i would also like smf 2.0 editor as it is less javascript dependable than stupid sceditor and ckeditor.

Don't upgrade to 2.1 as that uses SCEditor...
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