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I have installed both the ckeditor module and the ckfinder plugin. They work fine. So far so good.

The problem is that I have ckfinder plugin inside the ckeditor module folder (sites/all/modules/ckeditor/ckfinder). Then every time I update the ckeditor module I lost the ckfinder plugin.

I'm sure that there is a way to put ckfinder inside the libraries folder instead but I don't know to do it in the right way.

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maybe this helps:

This module allows you to use CKFinder with the WYSIWYG version of CKEditor. This module requires both the libraries and WYSIWYG modules. Please read the installation instructions carefully.

found here: https://github.com/jrsinclair/Drupal-WYSIWYG-CKEditor-CKFinder-bridge

Update 21 August 2012 This module has now been published on Drupal.org. You can find it at: http://drupal.org/project/WYSIWYG-CKFinder

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