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  1. Jeansuizo
  2. JCE Editor
  3. Friday, 25 August 2017
Hi,
I tried to add colors, and the function doesn't work
But really I'd just need two colors: #ffad00 and grey

How can I change this the best way without entering in the source code?
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You can't eliminate all other colours from the colourpicker, but you can add cusom colours, in Editor Profiles -> Editor Parameters -> Typography

The colours must be in hex format so "grey" is #808080, eg:

https://cdn.joomlacontenteditor.net/tmp/93211-how-to-eliminate-all-colors-from-the-palette-excepting-two-colors-of-the-site.jpg

Then the custom colours will display in the Colour Picker Template tab:

https://cdn.joomlacontenteditor.net/tmp/93211-how-to-eliminate-all-colors-from-the-palette-excepting-two-colors-of-the-site-2.jpg
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  1. more than a month ago
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It's exactly what I made, an I didn't see any changes... now I see them unter "more colors"/tab templates

I'd suggest you to make a button to customize this, because I'd like that all my front-end editors only would use the permitted standard colors...
This way I wouldn't risk that they use ugly colors, and wouldn't need to eliminate totally the color palette

Thank you a lot for the response!
  1. more than a month ago
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This way I wouldn't risk that they use ugly colors, and wouldn't need to eliminate totally the color palette


Instead of allowing them access to the Font Colour options, why not create Custom Styles for them to select from the Styles list instead?

See - https://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/support/tutorials/editor/429-creating-custom-styles

You can then remove the Font Colour buttons from the toolbar.
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  1. more than a month ago
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Hello.
Thanks for this tutorial, and also for this https://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/support/tutorials/editor/creating-custom-styles
But I think if is possible to change the default principle palette with many own colours and not use the path of the template or custom styles.
Infact could be necessary to have not 4 or 5 personal style but twenty and the path "more colours"->"template"->"custom colours" is not immediatly.
So I say It is possible to modify this?
palette.jpg

Thanks
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  1. more than a month ago
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I must modify this core.min.js ?
in
jce\pkg_jce_pro_2633\packages\com_jce\administrator\components\com_jce\media\js ?

Thanks
  1. more than a month ago
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JCE Pro 2.7.0 includes an option to set custom colours for the Font Colour options in Editor Profiles -> Plugin Parameters -> Font Colour

https://cdn.joomlacontenteditor.net/tmp/93211-how-to-eliminate-all-colors-from-the-palette-excepting-two-colors-of-the-site-3.jpg

You can download the JCE Pro 2.7.0 pre-release for testing here - https://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/downloads/editor/pro/development/item/jce-pro-270-dev
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  1. more than a month ago
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Thank You very useful.
Is what I need

About File manager and Video plugs very is present in this RC?

Thanks
  1. more than a month ago
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Sorry I see now that this plugs are present but not visible like Icon.. only the square of the plug without image inside.
  1. more than a month ago
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RC 9 solve the problem
thanks
  1. more than a month ago
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BUG WITH PRE-RELEASE JCE Pro 2.7.0

It works perfectly with K2, but NOT with Joomla Articles.

Clicking on Joomla Articles or "NEW Article", shows the fatal error page "Call to undefined method WFEditor::getInstance()"

I went back to 2.6 (most actual stable version), and the problem solved magically.
  1. more than a month ago
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Clicking on Joomla Articles or "NEW Article", shows the fatal error page "Call to undefined method WFEditor::getInstance()"

I went back to 2.6 (most actual stable version), and the problem solved magically.


JCE 2.7.0 does not use or include a WFEditor::getInstance, and as all testing is done in the Joomla Article Manager, without generating this error, I suspect that an extension you have installed that is attempting to load JCE in some way is responsible for generating this error.

I have added the method back for the JCE 2.7.0 release, but you should attempt to find the source of the error, in case you encounter it again in future.
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