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Chase Florell
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Chase Florell asked on 15 Aug 2008, 01:02 AM
On the "Tool Bar Mode" page, the RadEditor2 has a very thin border on the footer and I would like to duplicate that behavior however I cannot find the required information.  I have duplicated that code with no luck.

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Rumen
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answered on 15 Aug 2008, 07:57 AM
Hi Chase,

You can duplicate this behavior by setting the following properties EditModes="Design" EnableResize="false", e.g.

<telerik:radeditor runat="server" ID="RadEditor1" EditModes="Design" EnableResize="false" >
</telerik:radeditor>

as well as hiding the editor's modules in the PageLoad event:

        RadEditor1.EnsureToolsFileLoaded();
        RadEditor1.Modules.Clear();

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answered on 15 Aug 2008, 04:38 PM
I have done this... with no luck.

ASPX
<telerik:RadEditor ID="txtBusinessDescription"   
                   EnableResize="false"   
                   ToolBarMode="Default"   
                   runat="server"   
                   Width="360px"   
                   Height="200px"   
                   ToolsFile="~/Scripts/RadToolBar.xml"   
                   AutoResizeHeight="True"   
                   EditModes="Design" 
                   Skin="Telerik"   
                   StripFormattingOnPaste="MSWord"   
                   StripFormattingOptions="MSWord"   
                   ExternalDialogsPath="~/Scripts/RadEditor/Dialogs" /> 

ASPX.VB
        txtBusinessDescription.Modules.Clear()  
        txtBusinessDescription.EnsureToolsFileLoaded() 
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Rumen
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answered on 18 Aug 2008, 10:29 AM
Hi Chase,

You need to replace the places of the


        txtBusinessDescription.Modules.Clear()
        txtBusinessDescription.EnsureToolsFileLoaded()

lines to

        txtBusinessDescription.EnsureToolsFileLoaded()
        txtBusinessDescription.Modules.Clear()

I also so that you are using a custom ToolsFile. You need to open the ~/Scripts/RadToolBar.xml and remove the modules tags too.

If needed I can send you a sample working project. Just let me know.

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