Includes advanced Image/Media, File and Link handling, plugin support, and an Administration interface for editor configuration.
I like the ability to chose which icons you want to show, this is very helpful for less experienced users, or when you deliver the site to a client and don't want him to get annoyed with so much buttons.
The feature I like the most is the HTML editor, it does everything from indenting the code, highlighting and converting deprecated code (like the tag) to actual XHTML 1 code.
After that, everything went fine. A most highly configurable editor. What I liked especially is being able to highly configure the frontend editor to the needs of my client. A must have for Joomla.
Just go to the JCE Administration>Configuration on the Components menu in Site Administration.
Set the Use Template CSS in the Formatting section to NO
Copy the system editor template from templates/system/css/editor.css to the location specified in the Custom CSS File field in the Formatting section. $template is the default template name.
Modify the new template to match your default template scheme.
It works for me. JCE is better than I originally thought! I learn something new every day.
There's a very good reason this is one of the highest rated WYSIWYGs on the JED, as well as Editor's Pick.
Re-installing (with the latest release) of course makes editing possible again.
Isn't it suppose to revert back to the default editor?
Which editor is set as the default is not controlled by JCE but is an option set either in the Joomla! Configuration or in the Joomla! USer Manager. If the editor has been uninstalled, it cannot influence the default editor setting. What you are highlighting here may be a bug in Joomla!, not an issue with JCE.