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KCFinder is an alternative to the CKFinder Web file manager. It can be integrated into FCKeditor, CKEditor, and TinyMCE WYSIWYG Web editors to upload and manage images, flash movies, and other files that can be embedded in an editor's generated HTML content.

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Recent releases

  •  25 Jun 2011 19:34

    Release Notes: XML AJAX responses were replaced with JSON. The old "readonly" config option was replaced with the advanced "access" option. You can navigate through slideshow images in the current folder using arrow keys. Multipe files can be uploaded, similar to uploading on Facebook (but this does not work in IE). The option to set protocol, domain, and port is available through the "uploadURL" setting. Bugs were fixed.

    •  26 Jul 2010 22:56

      Release Notes: Many bugfixes. A read-only configuration option.

      •  04 Jul 2010 20:19

        Release Notes: This release fixes an endless JavaScript loop when KCFinder is disabled. A new config setting for whether to check and generate an .htaccess file in the upload folder was added. Uploading to a specified folder from CKEditor and a FCKeditor direct upload dialog using the "dir" GET parameter have been added. A bug with selecting multiple files has been fixed.

        •  01 Jul 2010 17:52

          Release Notes: A brand new core. The ability to resize files/folders panels with mouse drag. Select multiple files with the Ctrl key. An animated folder tree. Download multiple files or a folder as a ZIP file.

          •  12 Jun 2010 18:08

            Release Notes: A toolbar button was added to maximize KCFinder. A clipboard was added for copying and moving multiple files. A warning is shown if the browser is not capable of displaying KCFinder. Google Chrome Frame is supported for old versions of Internet Explorer.


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