Hi Ted,

Thank you for your response.

Indeed, these are my settings, but I don't want to be limited to a single language or direction, but to have the option to have both, depending on my correspondent.

I saw in htmlarea.js file that the toolbar is supposed to include these buttons, but that lower in the file, there's no function line for then.

Also, my actual toolbar icons and their order do not match the settings in that file, so I suspect that the actual toolbar used is customized elsewhere, but I couldn't find how and where.



Ted Hatfield <ted@io-tx.com> wrote:

If you are using the html_mail plugin and are using the fckeditor, look
for these options in the plugins/html_mail/fckeditor/fckconfig.js file.

FCKConfig.AutoDetectLanguage    = true ;
FCKConfig.DefaultLanguage               = 'en' ;
FCKConfig.ContentLangDirection  = 'ltr' ;

They won't add a button for ltr to rtl functionality but you can change
the default direction and the default language.

Ted Hatfield

On Tue, 22 Oct 2013, David wrote:

> Hello,
> I would like to be able to write in Right-To-Left direction HTML based messages, but the RTL & LTR buttons are not available by
> default.
> As I know from other web based editors, usually, in HTML editors like TinyMCE and similar, these buttons can be added by changing the
> list of options of the editor. Is that the case here and if yes, where/how do I do that?
> Thanks,
> David
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