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MoeHaydar says

I’ve got this problem and i cant seem to be able to find an efficient solution.

I am using a text editor (I tried both TinyMCE and CKEditor)
I can’t seem to find a way to disable the auto focus feature built into to.

My editor is located at the end of the page! I dont want to jump to that area when laoding the page. (Content is generated dynamically too)

Does anyone know about a fix or maybe link me to a text editor that doesnt behave like this!

Thanks!

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MonoLabs says
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MoeHaydar says

I’ve tried both. I’ve read their apis and tried a lot of stuff :S

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MonoLabs says

That’s weird man, do you maybe have a link to your page so I can see ?

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MoeHaydar says

Thanks man. I cant spend more time on this silly problem. I used a simple trick : I simply initialize the editor once the textarea is on screen. Thus no more page jumps.

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