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TinyMCE 5.0.4 was released for TinyMCE Enterprise and Tiny Cloud on Tuesday, May 14th, 2019. It includes TinyMCE 5.0.4 and additional changes to premium plugins. The Release Notes provide high-level coverage of the improvements and additions that have been implemented in TinyMCE 5.0.4 and document known problems in this release, as well as important bug fixes, deprecated functionality, and other details.
TinyMCE 5.0.4 release adds improvements to the TinyMCE editor to improve the overall user experience.
The new Tiny Drive comes with significant changes to the previous versions. Improved solutions have been introduced for unnecessary and obsolete configuration options. A comprehensive list of the updates and fixed issues is available in the Changelog.
For more information on Tiny Drive refer to the full documentation.
There is also a demo provided to explore the Tiny Drive capabilities here.
To get started quickly and understand how Tiny Drive works, Tiny has created starter projects on Github. The starter projects have their procedures to get Tiny Drive up and running.
For more information on Tiny Drive starter projects, refer to the full documentation.
The URL dialog user interface component has been introduced in TinyMCE 5.0.4. A URL dialog is a special TinyMCE UI component which loads an external web page inside a dialog (sometimes referred to as modals). This differs from the regular dialogs that use supported components to render an interactive dialog inside the application. URL dialogs are useful for very complex use cases, where the supported dialog components cannot be used — for example, a custom file manager that is loaded inside a TinyMCE dialog.
For more information on the URL dialog, refer to the documentation.
In TinyMCE 5.0.4, when a new sidebar is registered, a corresponding toolbar button for toggling the sidebar open and close is also created using the same name. This button can then be included in the
toolbar settings by adding the sidebar name to the toolbar options.
For more information on custom sidebar, refer to the documentation
The new TinyMCE 5.0.4 editor comes with significant changes to the previous versions. Improved solutions have been introduced for unnecessary and obsolete configuration options. A comprehensive list of the updates and fixed issues is available in the Changelog.
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