Release Notes: This release focuses on fixing small compatibility issues with some browsers (mainly IE 8) and porting a nice feature introduced with CKEditor 3, the unique Spell Check As You Type (SCAYT) solution. This release also introduces some important security fixes. Upgrading is highly recommended.
Release Notes: As of this version, WebSpellChecker integration is offered, which is a zero-installation solution for spell checking provided by SpellChecker.net. You can now have a wonderful spell checker running out of the box, requiring no server side installations and configurations. Several bugfixes and new features have been added, especially to our table support, including the ability to define header rows and columns to tables.
Release Notes: This version introduces the WebSpellChecker integration, a zero-installation solution for spell checking provided by SpellChecker.net. You will now have a wonderful spell checker running out of the box, requiring no server side installation or configuration. Several bugfixes and new features are included, especially to table support, including the ability of defining header rows and columns to tables.
Release Notes: A few minor issues were fixed and some important new features were included.
Release Notes: This release adds a DIV Container Tool, "non breaking space" support, and automatic email protection. The stable release is planned for 5 August 2008.
Release Notes: This new version removes a small annoyance with the enter key, introduced with the brand new Firefox 3. Other minor bugs have been also fixed.
Release Notes: This release is to match Opera 9.5. Other than providing better compatibility with 9.5, it fixes several important bugs and brings a few nice features to the editor.
Release Notes: No changes. The stabilization of 2.6 RC was completed successfully.
Release Notes: This version stabilizes the new dialog system and fixes several issues.
Release Notes: This release features a new dialog system using floating elements with shadows and a cool design. FCKeditor now supports "document.domain". This means that a Web site at www.example.com can use FCKeditor from assets.example.com. Performance features are being introduced with the new inline CSS caching system, making it possible to avoid loading skins and styles from CSS files, reducing the number of requests to the server. You can now use FCKeditor inside an AIR application sandbox just like you do in a Web page.