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Old 06-24-2012, 08:07 AM   #54
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Originally Posted by exaltedwombat View Post
But would it be impossible to give us back positioning sync between the two views?
One could stick a line of

{ name: 'document', items: ['Source'] },

to get a menuitem, that will allow you to edit the sourcecode in CKEditor directly.

That will probably result in other problems ...

in the CKEditors config.js (on Windows it seems, that you have to edit the original config.js - sticking a ckeditor_config.js in C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\sigil-ebook\sigil\ just give you CKEditor's default menu, whatever you do put in it (haven't experimented much).

Anyway, the direction, Sigil is taking presently compells me to stick with 5.3. The CKEditor may not be so good an idea after all? Seems to be creating more problems than the opposite ...

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