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I need to replace the CKEditor's original version with a full featured one.

I've downloaded it and saved it into the same directory (qa-plugin/wysiwyg-editor/ckeditor) but I cannot see any change.

@Leo: Ty for your help. I did what you said and worked ok...but I cannot see the equations as formulas. (only the original LaTex)
Q2A version: 1.7
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This is because, to use ckeditor in Q2A some changes have been made in its working. Maybe it is corrected in future version of Q2A but currently it'll not work the way you are trying.
Although you can try a ckeditor plugin which offers a good list of options.
http://www.question2answer.org/qa/26643

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I did it to add mathjax and templates

first open the file build-config.js in the ckeditor folder in the wysiwyg plugin

you will find a link like this : http://ckeditor.com/builder/c61d20c3a0bc54626f78b15bd091fb1c

it is the config page of ckeditor with the original qa config used in the plugin.

Without leaving this page, add the plugins you need, download ckeditor at the bottom and replace the orginal ckeditor folder with the new one

Then open qa-wysiwyg-editor.php under wysiwyg and edit the toolbar ( it's javascript embedded in php , be careful ) and all will work fine

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