The Google Chrome 20x popup issue was the main reason I wanted to upgrade the editor. Once updated with the nightly build of CKEditor and the popup problem was resolved. However, after the update, i'm running into a problem when editing "full page" 4.01 html pages. The page loads fine, but the document title is being removed by CKEditor and appears like this... <title></title>
This problem is even in this website's demo, enter into Source and put a title, and go back and forth between Source and GUI, the title disappears: http://nightly.ckeditor.com/7550/_samples/fullpage.html
Interestingly, if you enter the meta tags for descriptions and keywords within the demo, they will appear properly and will not be removed. Copy these into the demo Source code to test...
<title>Disappearing Title Bug</title> <meta content="disappearing title bug on demo" name="description"> <meta content="title, bug" name="keywords">
Reverting back to the prior backup of CKEditor, and of course, the popup problem returns, but the "full page" editor functions normally with the title appearing correctly.
While on the subject of "full page" editing, the editor performs all its features normally, but it always enters this bit of code <p> </p> just before the </body> statement. This code is added and appears after entering the editing box when in the GUI mode. In summary, the perfectly coded W3C validated html page has this new code added when entering into the GUI editor box.
For reference purposes, the editor doctype in config.js is configured to publish 4.01 Transitional html pages to ensure web pages display on various browsers. Additionally, I've updated to the latest CKFinder, but the popup issue remains. Thus, I'm using (reverted to previous) CKEditor 3.6.1 with CKFinder 2.2.2.
I hope these notes help in resolving these issues soon. Thank you for all that you do.