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Bootstrap Integration

How to override the built-in block on `focusin` in Bootstrap dialogs when using TinyMCE.

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Using TinyMCE in a Bootstrap Dialog

You need to override the built-in block on focusin in Bootstrap dialogs when using TinyMCE inside it. See this fiddle for a working example.

Bootstrap blocks all focus events on contents within the dialog. Add this script to your page, and it will allow users to click inside the editor.

// Prevent Bootstrap dialog from blocking focusin
$(document).on('focusin', function(e) {
  if ($(".mce-window").length) {

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