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[SUGGESTION] Text Block AddOn - Allow and show Editor-XTD buttons

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Hello, I am missing the editor XTD Buttons under the WYSIWYG Editor field. Currently TinyMCE shows up, but I can't use J! core Article link button, or any other important shortcode tool.
Bummer – Currently, you can't easily create inner links to anything!?!
Maybe it's possible to show only particular XTD-buttons. Obviously, not every button makes sense inside the PageBuilder context.

Benefits:

  • Easy links to Joomla articles, MenuItems etc.!
  • Easy embed of Joomla core content with NoNumber.nl's products. i.e. Articles AnyWhere! , Modules Anywhere!, Modals


Thanks in advance.

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Update: Moved my old PB v1 topic to PB v2 category.
Update: Moved my old PB v2 topic to PB v3 category.
;)

4 Answers

Igor Mihaljko

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,

thank you for your suggestion. I will pass on it to our developers

pepperstreet

More than a month ago #Permalink
Moved topic to PB v2 category.

pepperstreet

More than a month ago #Permalink
Third try... moved topic to PB v3 category. ;)

Thomas Kühnlein

More than a month ago #Permalink
that would be a very handy feature.
I think we`re not the only ones who are missing those buttons.


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