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CKEditor 4.10.1 released

We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 4.10.1. This is the first minor release that follows the introduction of the new autocomplete, emoji and mentions features in CKEditor 4.10, so its focus was on polishing these new features. In addition to that, we included some community PRs and a handful of bug fixes.

# Fine-tuning new features

The most visible annoyance that stood out was probably the emoji matching being case-sensitive. This is now fixed, so you no longer need to worry about using a proper case when you are looking for an emoji suggestion.

CKEditor 4 emoji feature

Other than that, autocomplete can now be initialized before instance ready (#2114), and a bug with holding and releasing the mouse button not inserting an autocomplete suggestion is also fixed (#2107). Last but not least, the emoji dropdown will no longer be shown mid-word (#2195).

# CKEditor fixes

This release also fixed an issue with the Enter key breaking the table structure when pressed in a table selection (#1816). Additionally, we introduced a plugin conflict detection mechanism that is now used to disable less advanced image plugins when Easy Image is used (#1791).

# Community pull requests

We would also like to thank the amazing CKEditor community for giving us a helping hand with bug fixes. We managed to include the following pull requests in this release:

If you would like to contribute to CKEditor development, see the Contribution guide!

# Release notes

Check out the release notes and contact us for more information.

# Download

Download CKEditor now and upgrade your installation or use your favorite package manager to install it!

# License

CKEditor is available under Open Source and Commercial licenses. Full details can be found on our license page.

# Reporting issues and contributing

Please report any new issues in the CKEditor 4 development repository and follow the instructions in the issue template. You can also contribute code and provide editor patches through pull requests.

# Support

Community support is available through Stack Overflow. Visit the resources page for additional options.

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