Includes advanced Image/Media, File and Link handling, plugin support, and an Administration interface for editor configuration.
To be honest, it took me longer to register to post this comment than to install JCE!
The only thing that I can't find (which may be there) is the ability to crop or resize an image which is present in the commercial version of TinyMCE through the image manager. But then you have to pay for this.
This is, without doubt, a fantastic addition.
The problem is that when in installed it on MY system, I wouldn't edit the content of the articles using the editor- it was like the editor was frozen and I couldnt do anything with it...i was able to edit the article only when i selected the html code option through "show/hide"..but what is the point when this is a WYSIWYG editor?
Anyways i didn't have the patient to try it more at the moment, or the time so i uninstalled it.
Probably I will try it again in the future and see how it goes...
One last comment - the fact that didn't work for me doesnt mean that it will not work for you...maybe i did something wrong..who knows...
Also does not play well with the Linkr extension. I've uninstalled JCE and re-installed it three times with the same results. Very buggy. Even on a completely separate Joomla site it's has the same issues. My favorite is when it intermittently highlights the entire contents in the editor when I'm trying to highlight a word! I love that! Again, buggy on both Joomla sites so I know I'm not the only one who had issues with JCE.
Switched to JoomlaFCK (only Editor I hadn't tried before) and like the other editors - have had no issues at all.
Looking at other reviews it seems that I'm the only one who experience this problem.. When I write inside the editor It seems to have really small space between lines, making words in each line crash to each other.. Is this some kind of bug?
Installed this extension, and this solved my problem. Works like a dream and now my site looks really good.
Thanks much for JCE!!
Unfortunately other things were broken in the process, notably the readmore tag button. The author says there are other ways of inserting the tag but I can't find it.
JCE has its own Readmore and Pagebreak buttons in the Editor Layout (not the ones below the editor window). These are better than the default Joomla! Readmore / Pagebreak buttons as 1) They overcome an issue with block element splitting caused by the Joomla! Readmore / Pagebreak code and 2) Pagebreaks become editable when using the JCE method.