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  • Michael Olsen 17 posts 31 karma points
    Mar 19, 2015 @ 08:51
    Michael Olsen

    RTE as property editor

    Absolutely awesome extension.

    How can I use the RTE as a property editor ?


  • Sören Deger 733 posts 2844 karma points c-trib
    Mar 19, 2015 @ 09:02
    Sören Deger

    Hi Michael,

    the RTE is already a property editor. Do you mean how you can reuse the RTE in an own custom property editor? If yes, here is a very good description from Markus Johansson:

    The example is for using the RTE in a custom section, but the procedure is the same.


    Hope this helps?



  • Sören Deger 733 posts 2844 karma points c-trib
    Mar 19, 2015 @ 09:04
    Sören Deger

    Hi Michael,

    sorry, I have now seen only, that you have posted in LeBlender forum. I don't know if my answer above can help you with this. It's for reusing the RTE as custom property editor in general and not specific for LeBlender.




  • Antoine 176 posts 1494 karma points
    Mar 19, 2015 @ 09:59

    Hi Michael, Hi Sören

    Using RTE into LeBlender is quite similar, anyway yesterday I had a look on it and I had to change something into the LeBlender's core to make it working (sortable issue with RTE).

    So, RTE is now as a default editor into LeBlender, I have uploaded the code in GitHub, but I didn't published it yet as a package here neither in Nuget. I will keep you up to date.


  • Adrian Wu 53 posts 266 karma points
    Aug 20, 2018 @ 00:38
    Adrian Wu

    Hi thanks for this amazing backoffice-extension.

    if the property editor is textbox , i can get the value like this : item.GetValue

    but if it is a RTE , could you please tell me how to get the value?

    btw, do we support grid data type as the property editor as well ?



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