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CKEditor Weekly for May 27, 2014

We're back with another edition of CKEditor Weekly. Now that CKEditor 4.4.1 is out things are back to business as usual. The team is testing various features for CKEditor 4.5 and we also have some new FAQ entries on how to save data in CKEditor. Read on for more...

CKEditor in review

  • CKEditor 4.4.1 was released last week! It includes a variety of fixes and new features. You can check the official blog post here...

  • CKEditor's Wiktor Walc, Aleksander Nowodzinski and Robert Mikolajuk attended DrupalCamp Wroclaw 2014 on May 17-18. You can check out pics, slides and downloads from their presentation here...

  • The CKEditor 5 design and development process will be made open soon. We will invite everyone to participate in it. 

  • We have a couple of new FAQ entries on how to save data in CKEditor, both in Classic and Inline mode.

  • We also have FAQ entries on how to prevent data from being lost when accidentally leaving the page, and how to enable content auto-saving.

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