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Please replace the in the WYSIWYG plugin wiki topic the Plugin Configuration Settings by:
Plugin Configuration Settings
Set SHORTDESCRIPTION = Translator framework and WYSIWYG editor for TWiki topics
The name of the skin used to invoke a Wysiwyg editor.
Set SKIN = kupu
Web/Topic name of a help page. Change this to point to your local version of the help page.
Set HELPPAGE = TWiki/WysiwygPlugin
Lists of icons that will be available in the Kupu editor. This has to be a list of <IMG> tags. If present, the 'alt' text will be used in place of the <IMG> tag when translating from HTML to TML.
Set ICONS = * The list of icons above automatically includes a topic in this web called WysiwygPluginLocalIcons. This topic doesn't exist by default, but you can create it and add a list of icons in the format as the following exemple (don't forget the indentation!).
List of strings that will be available in the drop-down on the toolbar
Set STRINGS =
The list of strings above automatically includes a topic in this web called WysiwygPluginLocalStrings. This topic doesn't exist by default, but you can create it and add a list of additional strings in the same format as above (don't forget the indentation!).
The edit template also automatically includes a topic called WysiwygPluginLocalHelp. This topic doesn't exist by default, but if it exists the contents will be included and shown on the edit screen below the status bar. It is intended to be used for site-specific quick help information.
Something like this done in SVN 8538