TinyMCE 7.1.2

These are the Tiny Cloud and TinyMCE Enterprise release notes. For information on the latest community version of TinyMCE, see the TinyMCE Changelog.


TinyMCE 7.1.2 was released for TinyMCE Enterprise and Tiny Cloud on Wednesday, June 05th, 2024. These release notes provide an overview of the changes for TinyMCE 7.1.2, including:

Accompanying Premium plugin changes

The following premium plugin updates were released alongside TinyMCE 7.1.2.

Math Plugin

The TinyMCE 7.1.2 release includes an accompanying release of the Math premium plugin.

This Math premium plugin release includes the following fix:

Math icon state was not set to active on math element selection.

Previously, the Math icon was not set to active when a math element was selected within the editor. As a consequence, users had no visual indication that a math element was selected or that it could be edited by selecting it and then clicking the toolbar button.

TinyMCE 7.1.2 addresses this issue. Now, when any Math element is selected, the button’s active state is triggered.

For more information on the Math plugin, see: Math.

Bug fixes

TinyMCE 7.1.2 also includes the following bug fixes:

CSS color values set to transparent were incorrectly converted to #000000.

Previously, transparent color values were incorrectly converted to #000000, deviating from the behavior observed in earlier major versions. Additionally, TinyMCE did not export the last two digits of the hex string, so the alpha value was lost, causing transparent to be converted to #000000.

TinyMCE 7.1.2 addresses this issue by removing the check that handles transparency, therefore retaining the alpha component. As a result, the transparent property will be retained as a transparent string instead of being converted to other values. This change is consistent with the behavior in TinyMCE v5 and v6.

Acronyms were not managed correctly.

Previously, acronyms were not managed correctly, which caused false positive results with the Spell Checker premium plugin. In this case, the check was excluding the period at the end when separating words, even when checking acronyms. As a consequence, the Spell Checker Premium plugin would identify acronyms without the trailing period, therefore highlighting them as errors.

TinyMCE 7.1.2 addresses this issue. Now, if the word is an acronym, TinyMCE includes the next character if it is a period. As a result, acronyms are now managed correctly, and the Spell Checker retrieves the correct word (with the period included) and provides accurate results.