Alternative Image upload manager

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2/17/2016 1:36:54 PM
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Alternative Image upload manager

Has anyone had a look at MoxieManager as an alternative image upload manager? It integrates well with TinyMCE and from a few limited tests seems to be OK on Windows and Android devices. 

I know that you, Joe, are not doing any further development on MP but wondered if any one else is likely to do some small scale changes /additions?  Its beyond my abilities I think.

 

Regards

Andy

2/17/2016 3:05:57 PM
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Re: Alternative Image upload manager

Hi Andy,

We're making updates to mojoPortal and will be asking for those changes to be pulled into mojo proper soon.

MoxieManager is nice but it's limited to TinyMCE and it isn't free or open source. We might be persuaded to build support into mojo for it but we're more inclined to build something that will work with CKeditor and be open source so it can be included in the project.

If you have mojo feature requests, send them to us over here.

Thanks,
Joe D.

2/17/2016 3:31:29 PM
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Re: Alternative Image upload manager

Hi Joe D

Thanks for the reply.

OK I understand, nice to know there will still be some improvements/developments in the future.

 

Regards

Andy

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