I can't test it either (I'm working on XP), but AFAIK this "solution" works. It's probably best to put it immediately after the opening <head> tag and before echo head():
- Code: Select all
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=8">
<?php echo head();?>
Nicky wrote:But... where to put this code? I guess it should be in the template.htm ?
Yes, that's probably the best way. Another option might be to add it to function head() in cmsimple/cms.php.
BTW: AFAIK the problem with FCKeditor on IE9 were generally the popups (insert image, smilies etc.), not only the upload, that don't work anymore.
But I'm not convinced, that the http-equiv=X-UA-Compatible is a good solution. It might affect some of the new features of IE9 (possibly disabling them, e.g. some CSS3 and HTML5 features). For now it might be a viable workaround, but in the long run a switch to CMSimple_XH 1.5.x seems reasonable. As alternative to tinyMCE you can use CKEditor
which has a similar user interface as FCKEditor.
Nicky wrote:I have a complete manual written out for use of former versions, which I provide to my clients
Perhaps you're interested in helping with the Online User Manual
? I'm not sure, but I guess it should be possible to generate a printable document of it (as PDF).