CKEditor is getting more and more stable, and this release comes to introduce changes that will help us shape its features, improving every detail of it.
This version brings a few new features to the editor, like double click to open dialogs for objects in the text (like images) and improved accessibility. It also brings important structural changes to the code, preparing it for the future support of “read-only” regions to come with CKEditor 3.4.
SCAYT by default
One important change in the editor, introduced in conjunction with CKEditor 3.2.2, is that SCAYT, the spell check as you type solution provided by SpellChecker.net, is now enabled by default. Users can now enjoy this powerful online service, bringing more quality to the content creation.
CKFinder 2.0 is here!
In conjunction with CKEditor 3.3, we’re pleased to announce CKFinder 2.0, the brand new major release of our powerful file manager. CKFinder can be easily integrated with CKEditor, making it easy to your users to create rich contents with images and files.
Check out the CKFinder web site for more information.
Check out the What's New? page for the full list of changes.
CKEditor is available in Open Source and Commercial licenses. Full details can be found at our license page.
Please use the CKEditor development web site to report issues and suggestions through tickets.