one of our customers wants to see text displayed by TinyMCE (in webedit mode) in the same style as the website style. So, when editing text it should look the same as the website (same font, same text size, same color).
TINYMCE in fs5webedit project folder has its own projectstyles folder with general.css, project.jsp...
My question is, do we edit this general.css directly and keep track of it when it's overwritten (updates,..), or is there more elegant solution to overwrite TinyMCE general.css used for webedit?
it works for color, size, and style but font family is ignored. Only pre gets Times New Roman and this seems to be hardcoded in project.jsp of TinyMCE which is missing the whole font family handling. Is project.jsp from TinyMCE FirstSpirit integration or is it completely project dependent?