Added a discussion to , UNA11beta

This of course is a very personal appreciation. It seems to me little neat as it is now and there are more steps to choose an icon. I like it better as it is in UNA 10.


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    • This is something that can be change in Froala module if you want. For example, I use the mini editor so, if I want to change what gets shown, this is what you do:

      Go into Studio > Froala app. 

      Say you want to change how the editor shows in Mobile Mini Editor. Here is the default settings. 

      {'moreText': {'buttons': ['bold', 'italic', 'underline','quote'],'buttonsVisible': 0},'moreRich': {'buttons': ['insertLink', 'insertImage','emoticons', 'embedly'],'buttonsVisible': 0},'moreMisc': {'buttons': ['undo', 'redo', 'fullscreen'],'align': 'right','buttonsVisible': 0}}

      Lets break this down a little. One of the things you want to pay attention to is the buttonsVisible setting. 

      The buttonsVisible display how many of the button will actual show instead of the 3 dots stacked on top of each other.. 

      moreText = The styles dealing with texts (Bold , Italic, etc.)

      moreRich = the extras such as InsertImage, emoticons, embedly, etc.

      So let's say I want ALL the "moreRich" buttons to display in my editor. I would make the following change in this area:

      Default: 'moreRich': {'buttons': ['insertLink', 'insertImage','emoticons', 'embedly'],'buttonsVisible': 0

       Edited to show all icons:

      'moreRich': {'buttons': ['insertLink', 'insertImage','emoticons', 'embedly'],'buttonsVisible': 4

      So I have changed the buttonsVisible from a 0 to a 4 and all the buttons display. 

      What you will need to do is make the changes on the type of editor you use in order to display how many buttons you want to show before the 3 dots. 

      Hope this helps.

      • Hi Chris
        I don't have Froala in my network, I don't know that application. I thought that in una.io they had made a change in the editor. Thanks for the info.

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