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  • #16
    Yes Mark.B I agree it's most likely a FF issue..
    It's good cop bad cop with IE and FF ..
    How do I find the editor size cookie in FF ..
    Back up back up Back up, thats all the advice I can give.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by hipster View Post
      Yes Mark.B I agree it's most likely a FF issue..
      It's good cop bad cop with IE and FF ..
      How do I find the editor size cookie in FF ..
      Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> Remove Individual Cookies
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      • #18
        thanks Wayne Luke
        Back up back up Back up, thats all the advice I can give.

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        • #19
          You can zoom in or out, With a apple device/computer/laptop

          Control and scroll up or down

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
            Yes now that I have played around with CKEditor on my live site, I realise this is really "deliberate behaviour" and the editor can be restored to normal size by clearing the editor size cookie friom the local machine (or clearing all cookies if you prefer).

            I therefore suggest this is "not a bug, it's a feature", and it should be left well alone.
            Some were unaware of that, I even overlooked it initially however you can set the initial size for anyone who has not resized, edit additional.css and add the following:

            Code:
            /* Modify the Quick Reply textbox size */
            .cke_contents {
            height:250px !important;
            }
            Adjusting the 250 value to your desired height in pixels.


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            • #21
              Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
              Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> Remove Individual Cookies
              FireFox can be a pain, sometimes I've found you have to also do this as well. History -> Show All History -> Delete the Whole Lot

              Earlier I put a 301 Rewrite in place to always show WWW in URL. Had issues with FireFox showing it as working until doing both. Otherwise I'd been there all day thinking something was wrong with the code used.
              Last edited by MRGTB; Mon 21 May '12, 12:54pm.

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