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	<title>Using API to Customize Dialog Windows &mdash; CKEditor Sample</title>
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// When opening a dialog, its "definition" is created for it, for
// each editor instance. The "dialogDefinition" event is then
// fired. We should use this event to make customizations to the
// definition of existing dialogs.
CKEDITOR.on( 'dialogDefinition', function( ev )
	{
		// Take the dialog name and its definition from the event
		// data.
		var dialogName = ev.data.name;
		var dialogDefinition = ev.data.definition;

		// Check if the definition is from the dialog we're
		// interested on (the "Link" dialog).
		if ( dialogName == 'link' )
		{
			// Get a reference to the "Link Info" tab.
			var infoTab = dialogDefinition.getContents( 'info' );

			// Add a text field to the "info" tab.
			infoTab.add( {
					type : 'text',
					label : 'My Custom Field',
					id : 'customField',
					'default' : 'Sample!',
					validate : function()
					{
						if ( /\d/.test( this.getValue() ) )
							return 'My Custom Field must not contain digits';
					}
				});

			// Remove the "Link Type" combo and the "Browser
			// Server" button from the "info" tab.
			infoTab.remove( 'linkType' );
			infoTab.remove( 'browse' );

			// Set the default value for the URL field.
			var urlField = infoTab.get( 'url' );
			urlField['default'] = 'www.example.com';

			// Remove the "Target" tab from the "Link" dialog.
			dialogDefinition.removeContents( 'target' );

			// Add a new tab to the "Link" dialog.
			dialogDefinition.addContents({
				id : 'customTab',
				label : 'My Tab',
				accessKey : 'M',
				elements : [
					{
						id : 'myField1',
						type : 'text',
						label : 'My Text Field'
					},
					{
						id : 'myField2',
						type : 'text',
						label : 'Another Text Field'
					}
				]
			});

			// Rewrite the 'onFocus' handler to always focus 'url' field.
			dialogDefinition.onFocus = function()
			{
				var urlField = this.getContentElement( 'info', 'url' );
				urlField.select();
			};
		}
	});

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	<h1 class="samples">
		CKEditor Sample &mdash; Using CKEditor Dialog API
	</h1>
	<div class="description">
	<p>
		This sample shows how to use the
		<a class="samples" href="http://docs.cksource.com/ckeditor_api/symbols/CKEDITOR.dialog.html">CKEditor Dialog API</a>
		to customize CKEditor dialog windows without changing the original editor code.
		The following customizations are being done in the example below:
	</p>
	<ol>
		<li><strong>Adding dialog window tabs</strong> &ndash; "My Tab" in the "Link" dialog window.</li>
		<li><strong>Removing a dialog window tab</strong> &ndash; "Target" tab from the "Link" dialog window.</li>
		<li><strong>Adding dialog window fields</strong> &ndash; "My Custom Field" in the "Link" dialog window.</li>
		<li><strong>Removing dialog window fields</strong> &ndash; "Link Type" and "Browse Server" in the "Link"
			dialog window.</li>
		<li><strong>Setting default values for dialog window fields</strong> &ndash; "URL" field in the
			"Link" dialog window. </li>
		<li><strong>Creating a custom dialog window</strong> &ndash; "My Dialog" dialog window opened with the "My Dialog" toolbar button.</li>
	</ol>
	<p>
For details on how to create this setup check the source code of this sample page.
	</p>
	</div>


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	<textarea cols="80" id="editor1" name="editor1" rows="10">&lt;p&gt;This is some &lt;strong&gt;sample text&lt;/strong&gt;. You are using &lt;a href="http://ckeditor.com/"&gt;CKEditor&lt;/a&gt;.&lt;/p&gt;</textarea>
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			// Replace the <textarea id="editor1"> with an CKEditor instance.
			var editor = CKEDITOR.replace( 'editor1',
				{
					// Defines a simpler toolbar to be used in this sample.
					// Note that we have added out "MyButton" button here.
					toolbar : [ [ 'Source', '-', 'Bold', 'Italic', 'Underline', 'Strike','-','Link', '-', 'MyButton' ] ]
				});

			// Listen for the "pluginsLoaded" event, so we are sure that the
			// "dialog" plugin has been loaded and we are able to do our
			// customizations.
			editor.on( 'pluginsLoaded', function( ev )
				{
					// If our custom dialog has not been registered, do that now.
					if ( !CKEDITOR.dialog.exists( 'myDialog' ) )
					{
						// We need to do the following trick to find out the dialog
						// definition file URL path. In the real world, you would simply
						// point to an absolute path directly, like "/mydir/mydialog.js".
						var href = document.location.href.split( '/' );
						href.pop();
						href.push( 'api_dialog', 'my_dialog.js' );
						href = href.join( '/' );

						// Finally, register the dialog.
						CKEDITOR.dialog.add( 'myDialog', href );
					}

					// Register the command used to open the dialog.
					editor.addCommand( 'myDialogCmd', new CKEDITOR.dialogCommand( 'myDialog' ) );

					// Add the a custom toolbar buttons, which fires the above
					// command..
					editor.ui.addButton( 'MyButton',
						{
							label : 'My Dialog',
							command : 'myDialogCmd'
						} );
				});
		//]]>
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