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CKEditor 4.11.2 released

We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 4.11.2. For the first minor editor release in 2019 we focused on fixing a handful of bugs in the existing features as well as some housekeeping in the rich-text editor internals. Happy New Year — and read on for more!

# List plugin fixes

Lists are a key WYSIWYG editor functionality so flawless list support is treated religiously at CKEditor. In this release we fixed a bug where converting a list containing an empty sublist would throw an error (#2411). Additionally, we patched a rare issue where under certain conditions pressing Enter at the end of a list would remove the last list item (#2205). Last but not least, content can no longer get lost when pasting a numbered list from Microsoft Word with a decimal character in it (#2690).

# Table selection fixes

We continue to improve our highly praised custom selection system for tables. In this release we fixed a case where a table containing an inline editor could get modified by pasting another table into the editable area (#2514). In addition to that we fixed a bug where the table selection highlight styles might leak to the table outside the editor (#2403).

# Other fixes

Here are some other issues that were fixed in this release:

  • Separator in the toolbar moves when buttons are hovered with the keyboard (#2546).
  • The Enhanced Image plugin throws an exception if the <figure> element has no image in it (#2506).
  • The dialog throws an exception if getValue() is defined in the global scope (#2650).
  • Remove Format changes the selection when applied to an unsupported element (#2451).

# Release notes

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

# Download

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# 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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