Release Notes: This release introduces Safari and Opera compatibility and a new style system. You now have full control over every single formatting and semantic command available in the editor interface. It also features a revamped undo system and blockquote support.
Release Notes: This release brings not only Safari and Opera support, but also introduces incredibly powerful features. The new Style System gives full control of the generated markup to developers' hands. Many other changes were made.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs, bringing more stability.
Release Notes: This release fixes the encoding of the distributed files of version 2.4.1, which impacted in some PHP installations. It presents the same features of version 2.4.1, with no additions. Upgrading from version 2.4.1 is necessary only in cases where strange characters appear on the top of pages containing the editor.
Release Notes: This is mainly a "stabilization" release of version 2.4. The Enter key handler has now consistent behavior and many small bugs have also been fixed. Upgrading from version 2.4 is highly recommended.
Release Notes: This version introduces many new and unique features to the editor, providing better output quality and nicer user experience. The new Enter Key Handler guarantees that the editor will behave in the way you want when users hit the enter key. The Keyboard Accelerator System makes it easy to configure the editor to use keyboard shortcuts in unlimited ways.
Release Notes: FCKeditor is now being released under the terms of the GPL, the LGPL, and the MPL licenses.
Release Notes: Bugs have been fixed and a few interesting new features are being introduced. It is quite stable.
Release Notes: This release mainly fixes some compatibility issues with old browser versions.