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The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 6.2.1 [K 6.2.1] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 4.3.x/4.4.x/5.0.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 6.1.0 and issues discovered during the last development stages of K 6.1
The topics in this category are for historical interest only. Owing to the structural changes that occurred in K 1.7, many of the ideas in these topics will not work with later versions and, for that reason, the topics are locked.
Important Kunena Editor - HotKey needed
Only problem with that one is that it's not free and we cannot use it.
I think that is also free if you don't remove back link. There was already created integration for many other forums.
Any editor will be ok if you can upload, browse and easy insert pictures.
First user upload picture and than he can browse ONLY within his user directory. When he select picture than he can also set (picture link, text, border, picture size, text align). I use JoomlaFCK editor and that is all I need.
If Kunena won't have great editor many forums, that have lots of pictures will be hard to use Kunena.
We are already looking for good alternatives, but there are not so many good ones that are distributed under GPL, LGPL, BSD etc licenses. If you find any, let me know.
Absolutely spot on!
The Editor is very nice but a basic feature is missing and badly needed.
The Hotkeys or Shortcut keys.
I mean -
^B for BOLD
^I for ITALIC
^U for UNDERLINE
Thats all. Not all the buttons needed.
How many times have I pressed ^B, ^I and ^U when I've been composing a message in Kunena (because I'm used to the shortcut/hotkeys in Microsoft Office or just about every other rich-text editor) and I've had to backtrack my steps! Unnnghhh! Why not make it a suggestion. I would vote for it ...
Strg + Shift + b = bold
Strg + Shift + u = underline
Strg + Shift + i = italic
Strg + Shift + c = code
Strg + Shift + q = quote
one bugfix for IE...
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I assume the usual convention for ^X = CTRL + X
Which key do you mean with ^?
Just the shiftkey or the strg-key or both?
e.g. ^I = CTRL + I
I had to do some work to find where the STRG key is. I think it's an abbreviation of the German word "Steuerung" (which translates to "steering" in English):
The standard [US] english keyboard (which we use in Australia) looks like this:
CTRL is an abbreviation of the word "control" (which has nothing to do with anything).
Also I have problems with Firefox and CTRL+B: Here it opens the bookmarks...
For as long as I can remember, CTRL+B and CTRL+I perform those functions in all English versions of MS Office products.
With Internet Explorer, pressing CTRL+B performs a similar function to Firefox's bookmarks, called "Organize Favorites" (sic).
I you want to change it, open components\com_kunena\lib\kunena.bbcode.js.php
go to line 30 and change
Thanks. I'll try to get around to testing this over the weekend.