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Migrating CKEditor 4 issue tracking to GitHub

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With the release of CKEditor 4.7 on May 25th, 2017 we are migrating CKEditor issue tracking to GitHub. Until now, the official CKEditor 4 bug tracker was located at

The GitHub migration will help us better track and manage issues and will make our work even more efficient in terms of handling bugs and new features. Our goal is to simplify the development workflow by using a system that is already known to most of our contributors.

The former tracking system will still be available in the read-only mode. All issues reported in the past will still be available publicly and can be referenced. We decided not to transfer all the tickets to GitHub, as many of them are not reproducible anymore or simply no longer requested by the community. If the issue you are interested in can be still reproduced in the latest version of CKEditor, feel free to report it again on GitHub.

At the same time please note that issues reported on are still taken into consideration when picking up candidates for next milestones.

As of now please report any new issues at and follow the instructions in the issue template. 

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