[rt-users] where does local fckconfig.js go?

Kevin Falcone falcone at bestpractical.com
Thu Jul 16 17:08:07 EDT 2009

On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 03:53:03PM -0700, Allen wrote:
> In January, a question was asked about where to put the "local"
> version of fckconfig.js file (myFCKconfig.js with just your own local
> changes so that you don't have to modify the distribution's
> NoAuth/RichText/FCKeditor/fckconfig.js except for 1 line where you say
> where the local file is).
> http://www.nabble.com/UI-Patch---Add-whitespace-at-top-of-MessageBox-if-it%27s-a-reply-comment-td21720319.html
> That thread never produced an answer for this issue, but the original
> poster mentioned that putting it in
> local/html/NoAuth/RichText/FCKeditor/fckconfig.js didn't work.
> Should it go in local/html/NoAuth/js/ ?
> Should the Distribution copy of fckconfig.js specify local config like this?:
> FCKConfig.CustomConfigurationsPath = '/js/myFCKconfig.js'

For now, you need to do that, but be aware that 3.8.5 will probably
use FCKConfig.CustomConfigurationsPathoption to install RT's own
modifications so that every time I upgrade FCKEditor I don't have to
re-apply our local config changes.  (The Ticket for that change is

Feel free to note on the ticket that you would like to be able to have
your own local customizations to the config, we should be able to do
that using some mason overrides although I can't promise it for 3.8.5

For now, you could override fckconfig.js in local/html/NoAuth/RichText
but you'd need a dhandler


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