Dineshbabu Ramakrishnan commented on Oct 11, 2012

Re: Troubleshooting Lotus Web Content Management EditLive! RTE

Navneet, What version of Portal/WCM you are seeing this behavior. Also EditLive RTE is available Out of box. Need to understand the configuration to comment further. If you have updated the RTE options in the Edit Shared Settings or Configure for the Authoring Portlet then it should reflect the changes.Open a PMR with IBM Web Content Manager support if it is still failing.

Navneet Nigam commented on Oct 11, 2012

Re: Troubleshooting Lotus Web Content Management EditLive! RTE

Hi I have installed Edit live editor for the new content I am able to see this editor but for the old content its still showing old default editor. Any way how to apply this editor in old contents..

Dineshbabu Ramakrishnan commented on Aug 6, 2010

Troubleshooting Lotus Web Content Management Editlive! RTE

Hi, 'Portlet Default Editor' refers to the default editor you select (Standard or Extended) in the Authoring UI and the same is used in Authoring Template. If you use custom editor, then you have an option to chose the custom editor. Are you looking to use both standard and extended (Ephox) editor with different templates? If you select extended editor in UI settings and then select 'Portlet Default Editor', it will use Ephox in RTE in Authoring Template.

Lisa Tomita commented on Aug 4, 2010

Troubleshooting Lotus Web Content Management Editlive! RTE

Hi, It looks like with 6.1.5 that the Authoring UI setting is global and I can't specify which authoring template I wasnt to use EditLive! I can't specify EditLive! in the Authoring Template on a Rich Text field. Only "Portlet Default Editor" and "Custom Editor" shows up there. Picking the custom option and setting it to EditLiveJavaEditor.jsp didn't work.