The plugin provides the option to track the changes (additions / deletions) made to your editor's text, with the support of multi user changes, meaning, changes will be colored differently for each user and will show the user information, enabeling you to see exactly who is the change owner.
Changes are marked as added or deleted.
The operations supported by the plugin are:
Enable / Disable Track Changes
Show / Hide Track Changes
Accept / Reject All Changes
Accept / Reject A Single Change
Displays The Changed Text Author
Displays The Change Timestamp
The recommended way to install all CKEditor add-ons is to create a custom build by using Online builder. To do that, click the Add to my editor button on the plugin page. When you are done, click the Build my editor button on the right side of the page to go to Online builder.
Note: This add-on is already selected to be a part of your current build.
Add-on installation instructions
If you want to add the plugin manually, you will need to:
- Extract the downloaded plugin
pluginsfolder of your CKEditor installation. Example:
- Enable the plugin by using the
extraPluginsconfiguration setting. Example:
config.extraPlugins = 'lite';
- Download and configure all its dependencies, too.
No additional dependencies.
Note: The plugin may have additional requirements. Check the add-on page and documentation for more details.
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LITE (Track changes for CKEditor) version 1.2.30 Release notes:
This is a maintenance release.
2. Since the rangy library supports requirejs (and AMD in general), it was not accessible on pages that loaded requirejs. We've introduced minimal support for this scenario, allowing rangy to be accessed from the global scope when requirejs is present.
LITE (Track changes for CKEditor) version 1.2.28 Release notes:
LITE (Track changes for CKEditor) version 1.2.26 Release notes:
LITE (Track changes for CKEditor) version 1.2.14 Release notes:
1.2.13 contained a fix for the undo problem that surfaced in ckeditor 4.4.8. However, the fix initially wasn't compatible with pre 4.4 ckeditor, so we wrote some code to distinguish between "old" and "new" versions of ckeditor. There was a small bug in this logic and it caused the undo fix to never kick in.
Making sure 4.2 and 4.3 are checked as supported (no changes to the plugin code)
* Enhanced IE compatibility