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- 11/25/2010 at 10:49 am #5118
You can customize the buttons that appear in the rich text editor toolbar using the RichTextToolsFile.xml located under C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\QuestSoftware. For example, you can simply hide or remove Undo and Redo buttons by commenting out or deleting the lines <tool name="Undo"/> and <tool name="Redo" />, save your changes, and refresh the web page, and the Undo and Redo buttons will no longer appear in the toolbar. Hope this answers your question.
- 11/29/2010 at 9:15 am #3855
Is there a way to customize the Quest Web Part qListForm Rich text editor so there aren’t so many options in the toolbar?
Most of these options confuse our users…they’d prefer something similar to the out of the box SharePoint toolbar:
but we want to have the flexibility of the qListForm rather than the out of the box SharePoint form. Do we have any options?
- 11/29/2010 at 9:15 am #7052
Thanks, Yuan. I hope that Quest adds form-level configuration options to the rich text pallet in upcoming releases, so that these kinds of tweaks can be used more selectively.
We have users who have opted for a plain text field just to avoid getting all the rows of buttons that come with rich text. I understand and appreciate the flexibility that Quest is offering, but in many cases it is extreme.
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