Update textarea (tinyMCE) using Ajax/RJS

Hi -

I have a which I am allowing users to select text bodies
which are automatically populating a textarea on the page - which they
can then edit.

This is working fine. However… once I add my tinyMCE editor to the
textarea it doesn’t work - it won’t update.

I am using the tinymce plug-in by Blake W…

I know tinymce initiates the textarea or filters its values through
its initiation, but curious how to execute this when I do my page
update via my rjs file.

Any help appreciated.

-Adam

northband wrote:

Hi -

I have a which I am allowing users to select text bodies
which are automatically populating a textarea on the page - which they
can then edit.

This is working fine. However… once I add my tinyMCE editor to the
textarea it doesn’t work - it won’t update.

I am using the tinymce plug-in by Blake W…

I know tinymce initiates the textarea or filters its values through
its initiation, but curious how to execute this when I do my page
update via my rjs file.

Any help appreciated.

-Adam

try
page.call ( ‘tinyMCE.setContent’, ‘your content here’)
obviously if your content is a ruby variable, drop the quotes
This has problems if you have multiple editors on a page.
I also noticed that I had some trouble unless I used the html text_area
tag instead of the text_area helper, but ymmv.

northband wrote:

Hi -

I have a which I am allowing users to select text bodies
which are automatically populating a textarea on the page - which they
can then edit.

This is working fine. However… once I add my tinyMCE editor to the
textarea it doesn’t work - it won’t update.

I am using the tinymce plug-in by Blake W…

I know tinymce initiates the textarea or filters its values through
its initiation, but curious how to execute this when I do my page
update via my rjs file.

Any help appreciated.

-Adam
Hi Adam,

I have a smiliar problem how did you update the text area? I have an id
associated with text area and on click of a tree element, I intend to
update teh content of text area somehow the position:top position:bottom
does not work.

Thanks,
Sudhi

Here’s an old (2006) of mine that has an example of getting TinyMCE’s
javascript to work after some other javascript runs. Might be useful or
it
might be out of date.
http://blog.katipo.co.nz/?p=24

On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 7:00 PM, Sudhi K. <

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