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I am following exactly the steps of file customize.md located in qa-plugin/wysiwyg-editor:

1. Go to the CKEditor Builder: http://ckeditor.com/builder
2. Click the "Upload build-config.js" button in the top right, and select the `build-config.js` file from the `ckeditor` directory to start with the current config.
3. Use the various controls to modify your build. You can add plugins, choose a different skin and choose the language(s) you require.
4. Make sure "Optimized" is selected and download the custom package.
5. Delete the `ckeditor` folder inside `wysiwyg-editor`, then extract the downloaded package here, replacing the `ckeditor` folder.

However, I am not able to install the (La)TeX2MathML that uses texzilla? I dont get any error but the square root widget that arises with this plugin does not arise!?

What is going wrong?

 

Update:

The folder texzilla is inside the .../qa-plugin/wysiwyg-editor/ckeditor! This is inside build-config.js

    plugins : {
        'basicstyles' : 1,
        'blockquote' : 1,
        'clipboard' : 1,
        'colorbutton' : 1,
        'colordialog' : 1,
        'contextmenu' : 1,
        'entities' : 1,
        'filebrowser' : 1,
        'font' : 1,
        'format' : 1,
        'horizontalrule' : 1,
        'image' : 1,
        'indentlist' : 1,
        'justify' : 1,
        'link' : 1,
        'list' : 1,
        'liststyle' : 1,
        'magicline' : 1,
        'maximize' : 1,
        'pastefromword' : 1,
        'pbckcode' : 1,
        'removeformat' : 1,
        'resize' : 1,
        'specialchar' : 1,
        'tab' : 1,
        'table' : 1,
        'tabletools' : 1,
        'texzilla' : 1,
        'toolbar' : 1,
        'undo' : 1,
        'wysiwygarea' : 1
    },

Q2A version: 1.7.0

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Have you definitely added the (La)TeX2MathML to your build? Under "2. Select your plugins and skin" you need to click it on the right then click the left arrow to add it to your build.

You should have a folder inside wysiwyg-editor/ckeditor/plugins (I think it will be texzilla).
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@Scott, thank you! I guess I have done this! See my update above, please!
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