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Tiny MCE editor, extended mode and uploading images in Joomla

Posted on 2013-06-04
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Last Modified: 2013-06-20

The title says it all. I have one workflow in Joomla requiring Paste from Word, so we enabled Extended mode TinyMCE.

The problem is, now we don't get the standard Joomla image upload, which I need in all other content workflows.

Is there a button I'm missing in extended TinyMCE that allows you to upload images and select them for inclusion in an article?

Or is there something else I can do to have my cake and eat it too?


Question by:billium99
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chilternPC earned 2000 total points
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what version Joomla are you using? ad what are the global settings for your "edit Article" maybe the Publishing options are changed.

alternativley - I would install another editor. I use  CKeditor form here:


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