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I using Drupal 7 and the WYSIWYG module and the TinyMCE (3.4.2) plugin. I want to install a plugin for TinyMCE.

I placed the plugin folder in the right directory.

sites/all/libraries/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/plugins

However, the plugin doesn't show up in my configuration checkboxes for the WYSIWYG configuration. What else do I need to do to enable a contributed plugin?

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You need to inform the WYSIWYG module that you've installed a plugin, it won't know it's there otherwise. It will involve writing a small custom module.

Have a look in the wysiwyg.api.php and wysiwyg.api.js files included in the root of the WYSIWYG module folder; there are examples and very good documentation explaining exactly what you need to do.

The most important (perhaps only) hook you'll need to implement is hook_wysiwyg_plugin()

  • Thanks for the reply, I see what you are talking about, however I am not sure where to place the hook_wysiwyg_plugin() I put it in the wysiwyg.api.php file, however that didn't do anything. – VanD Jan 24 '12 at 21:37
  • You need to put that code in a custom module (see the Module Developer's Guide). If your module name is MYMODULE then the hook name you want will be MYMODULE_wysiwyg_plugin() – Clive Jan 24 '12 at 22:02
  • Thanks, however, it's not a Drupal Module, but a TinyMCE plugin. sourceforge.net/tracker/… – VanD Jan 24 '12 at 22:44
  • Yep, you need to write a custom Drupal module to inform WYSIWYG about the TinyMCE plugin so it knows to allow you to configure it from the WYSIWYG settings forms. – Clive Jan 24 '12 at 22:47

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