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I'm looking for a way to permanently change the default size of the text editor/visual editor.
I know you can drag down/up the bottom corner to resize the window, but I'm looking for a way to make that resizing permanent.
I remember years ago, WordPress did this in the Settings > Writing but it's missing these days.
It also seems that when it disappeared, WordPress remembered my way too big editor preferences. I've looked through functions, hooks and the News theme files, with no sign of customization anywhere.
TinyMCE Advanced says "It seems your theme (still) doesn't support customised styles for the editor. If you would like to use that, you can create a file named editor-style.css and add it to your theme's directory. You can use the editor-style.css from the Twenty Ten theme as a template." Is that where this is done, or does one add a function? Couldn't find a snippet to change this either.
I'm on News 1.0. Just noticed there's a NewsPro 3.0 for download. Will that help?
I have done a complete Google search on this and there are numerous discussions that WP removed that featured, however - if you resize the box while you are editing a page/post to the size you like - when you save it - it should remain as the default. I see more discussions that this is not really working for most people and they have deemed it a bug.
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