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tinymce.WindowManager

This class handles the creation of native windows and dialogs. This class can be extended to provide for example inline dialogs.

Examples

// Opens a new dialog with the file.htm file and the size 320x240
// It also adds a custom parameter this can be retrieved by using tinyMCEPopup.getWindowArg inside the dialog.
tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.open({
   url: 'file.htm',
   width: 320,
   height: 240
}, {
   custom_param: 1
});

// Displays an alert box using the active editors window manager instance
tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.alert('Hello world!');

// Displays an confirm box and an alert message will be displayed depending on what you choose in the confirm
});

Methods

name summary defined by
alert() Creates a alert dialog. Please don't use the blocking behavior of this native version use the callback method instead then it can be extended. tinymce.WindowManager
close() Closes the top most window. tinymce.WindowManager
confirm() Creates a confirm dialog. Please don't use the blocking behavior of this native version use the callback method instead then it can be extended. tinymce.WindowManager
getParams() Returns the params of the last window open call. This can be used in iframe based dialog to get params passed from the tinymce plugin. tinymce.WindowManager
getWindows() Returns the currently opened window objects. tinymce.WindowManager
open() Opens a new window. tinymce.WindowManager
setParams() Sets the params of the last opened window. tinymce.WindowManager

Methods

alert

alert(message:String, callback:function, scope:Object)

Creates a alert dialog. Please don't use the blocking behavior of this native version use the callback method instead then it can be extended.

Examples
// Displays an alert box using the active editors window manager instance
tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.alert('Hello world!');
Parameters
  • message (String) - Text to display in the new alert dialog.
  • callback (function) - Callback function to be executed after the user has selected ok.
  • scope (Object) - Optional scope to execute the callback in.

close

close()

Closes the top most window.

confirm

confirm(message:String, callback:function, scope:Object)

Creates a confirm dialog. Please don't use the blocking behavior of this native version use the callback method instead then it can be extended.

Examples
// Displays an confirm box and an alert message will be displayed depending on what you choose in the confirm
tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.confirm("Do you want to do something", function(s) {
   if (s)
      tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.alert("Ok");
   else
      tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.alert("Cancel");
});
Parameters
  • message (String) - Text to display in the new confirm dialog.
  • callback (function) - Callback function to be executed after the user has selected ok or cancel.
  • scope (Object) - Optional scope to execute the callback in.

getParams

getParams():Object

Returns the params of the last window open call. This can be used in iframe based dialog to get params passed from the tinymce plugin.

Examples
var dialogArguments = top.tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.getParams();
Return value
  • Object - Name/value object with parameters passed from windowManager.open call.

getWindows

getWindows():Array

Returns the currently opened window objects.

Return value
  • Array - Array of the currently opened windows.

open

open(args:Object, params:Object)

Opens a new window.

Parameters
  • args (Object) - Optional name/value settings collection contains things like width/height/url etc.
  • params (Object) - Options like title, file, width, height etc.

setParams

setParams(params:Object)

Sets the params of the last opened window.

Parameters
  • params (Object) - Params object to set for the last opened window.

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