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CKeditor comes standard with 2 profiles: one for filtered html, and one for full html. Now I added a third one, but whats the use?

There are only 2 text format.. So why is it possible to create a third ckeditor profile?

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Because it's also possible to create as many/few text formats as you want...

If you had installed Drupal using a non-standard profile, you might not even have full_html and filtered_html as text formats, and the CKeditor profiles would be different.

If you don't know why you need to add one...don't add one :)

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    aah oke, this also solves my next question. I wanted to link my ckeditor to a certain content type. So what I have to do is set a custom text format for that content type, and then create a profile for that text format. Thx! I'm new and still learning dru to the pal – Vincent Nov 7 '13 at 14:35

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