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59 $mce_locale = ( '' == get_locale() ) ? 'en' : strtolower( substr(get_locale(), 0, 2) ); // only ISO 639-1
61 /*
62 The following filter allows localization scripts to change the languages displayed in the spellchecker's drop-down menu.
63 By default it uses Google's spellchecker API, but can be configured to use PSpell/ASpell if installed on the server.
64 The + sign marks the default language. More information:
66 */
67 $mce_spellchecker_languages = apply_filters('mce_spellchecker_languages', '+English=en,Danish=da,Dutch=nl,Finnish=fi,French=fr,German=de,Italian=it,Polish=pl,Portuguese=pt,Spanish=es,Swedish=sv');
69 $plugins = array( 'safari', 'inlinepopups', 'autosave', 'spellchecker', 'paste', 'wordpress', 'media', 'fullscreen', 'wpeditimage' );
71 /* 
72 The following filter takes an associative array of external plugins for TinyMCE in the form 'plugin_name' => 'url'.
73 It adds the plugin's name to TinyMCE's plugins init and the call to PluginManager to load the plugin. 
74 The url should be absolute and should include the js file name to be loaded. Example: 
75 array( 'myplugin' => '' )
76 If the plugin uses a button, it should be added with one of the "$mce_buttons" filters.