I have just realized that when I set autoOpen: true on the dialog, the RadEditor works well, but It will open the dialog as soon as the page loads, I need the user to click on a link to open the dialog.
answered on 09 Feb 2010, 01:45 PM
The problem occurs because the jQuery dialog is moving the RadEditor's element in the DOM and this causes the editor to lose its content or become uneditable. In order to fix this you have to fire the client-side method onParentNodeChanged() after the dialog('open') method.
Unfortunately, this does not solve this issue for Opera but we will do our best to fix this for one of the upcoming releases.
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I have the same problem, only my jquey dialog loads up a another page, and this child page contains the RAD editor. It is not editable now and the content is not loaded. So, how can I call OnParentNodeChanged while opening the dialog?