Includes advanced Image/Media, File and Link handling, plugin support, and an Administration interface for editor configuration.
Ok, I might still be pretty new to Joomla but I never had to switch editors before and I am not the only one who experienced that:
So it would be nice if you could include that "tip" in the installation part of package installation at http://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/support/installation/editor
I just saw now that it is mentioned a the end but since I chose to perform a package install and not a manual one, I saw no obvious reasons to scroll all the way down....
That's a quick fix but that would help more than a few, that's my guess!
Apart from the editor seems to be working just fine!
Following the support links led me to alternate installation methods, all of which supply only 1.5 downloads. The support forum requires me to register and part with cash before I can read it, so the support has failed me before I've got to first base.
Sorry, not impressed, even allowing that the 1.6 version appears to be a beta, and this leads me to the level I had to give it.
If you post in the free Community Discussion forum I'm sure we'll be able to sort your problem out - http://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/forum/6-general-discussion
When you click the + before uncategorized, it does not open. Other than that I like JCE. But this new version for 1.6 is buggy and hope that it can be fixed soon.
So thumbs up for JCE editor!
Working with JCE have we noticed that it's impossible to use it on FrontEnd.
Maybe because our template uses T3 Framework?
New version of JCK works for us in frontend.
What is the problem with JCE?
Also, when you have lots of folders is really difficult to look at all directories, JCE just have 100 maximum. Would be great to increase or have a jolder insider JCE directories.
I have contacted Joomlart with a suggestion for a solution to this. Disabling the JCE 2.0 Compression options in the JCE Configuration will allow the two to work together until (if/when) Joomlart adopts the suggested fix.
When looking for an editor for a new 1.6 site I was most :( to find JCE hadn't yet provided one for 1.6. Then I read that there was a version 2 in beta so hopped onto the site and downloaded it.
Oh joy joy!! It's lovely to have easy content linking and image uploads and all the things I love about JCE. :)
So you can switch SEO variants and the links are still valid. And one can configure it very exact to meet the required profile (e.g: create a profile for front-end editing with far fewer options than in the one for backend-editing).
I am using JCE for about two years.
Right now I am testing the 2.0 Beta for Joomla! 1.6 and that is really great for a beta.
1) Read the FAQ, Joomla! may be removing the code on saving - http://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/support/faq/48-editor/189-content-removed-after-saving
2) You can post questions in the General Discussion forum without a subsciption - http://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/forum/forum?f=6