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collective.clipboardupload

Allows uploading images into Plone site by pasting them into TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor


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collective.clipboardupload

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Introduction

Quintagroup has developed a collective.clipboardupload tool that essentially allows you to copy images and past them directly into TinyMCE visual editor.

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Compatibility

  • Plone 4.0
  • Plone 4.1
  • Plone 4.3

Installation

In your buildout.cfg add the following::

[buildout] ....

eggs =
    ...
    collective.clipboardupload

You don’t need to activate this add-on product after buildout installation. See the instance.log file to check whether Collective.clipboardupload was properly installed.

Usage

Collective.clipboardupload is a Python <https://quintagroup.com/services/python>_ package, developed to simplify the process of inserting images into visual editor without the need to upload the image.

After you have installed the product, you can drag and drop picture from local folder, make print screen or select an area of image, opened in, for example, Paint, and copy it to the clipboard. Switch to Plone TinyMCE editor and Paste using your browser menu Edit -> Paste or key combination. The picture will be uploaded to the same folder, which contains an edited page, and stored as an image content type. Title is automatically generated and can be changed any time. Furthermore, the path to the image itself upon saving in TinyMCE is rendered as resolveUID link.

Authors

  • Maksym Shalenyi

Changelog

0.1 (2013-07-30)

  • first release

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