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- click Widget Properties for the Mockup widget
- click Edit UI Mockup
- make a change in the Balsamiq editor
- click Mockup -> Save and Close
I'm taken back to the FogBugz page in edit mode, but my mockup changes are not saved when I save the wiki. I see no way to edit an existing mockup and save those changes in a wiki article. I've tried Firefox and Chrome.
Michael Angeles, Official Rep
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We use Fogbugz on Demand with Balsamiq to maintain all of our specs, so I'm basically dead in the water until I can update the mockups again.
Pretty frustrating. I can feel your pain, Joshl.
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- Download the bmml file from the wiki and edit it using Balsamiq Mockups for Desktop
- Make the changes needed, and then click File > Export Mockup XML... (this will copy the xml data of the mockup to the clipboard)
- Then in FogBugz, edit the wiki and add a new UI mockup to the wiki
- In the editor for the new mockup, click Mockup > Import Mockup XML and paste the xml data in there
- Save changes and then delete the old mockup from the wiki
It's a bit of a hassle but at least it works.
Marco Botton, Super duper coder
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Good news! Our talented and handsome developers have located the core of the issue and a workaround. You just need to remove two lines of code.
Locate the plugin.js file at (by default) C:\Program Files\FogBugz\website\ckeditor\_source\plugins\FBwikiWidget\plugin.js and make a copy to be safe. Then, edit the original with any text editor (you'll *really* want one that can display line numbers, like Notepad++ if it's available; it makes this a lot easier).
Locate the following two lines; they should be at line numbers 109 and 234:
el.attributes.contentEditable = 'false';
elFakeElement.$.contentEditable = false;
Once you've located them, simply delete them and save the document. Then run the "build.bat" file inside the C:\Program Files\FogBugz\website\ckeditor folder. Then you'll need to run the "build.bat" file inside the C:\Program Files\FogBugz directory. This will stop your FogBugz for about five minutes or so.
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