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Overview

Correspondence Management has built-in, default support for 210 special characters that you can insert in letters with ease. 

For example, you can insert the following special characters:

  • Currency symbols such as €,¥, and £
  • Mathematical symbols such as ∑, √, ∂, and ^
  • Punctuation symbols as ‟ and ”

You can insert special characters in letters:

Inserting a special characters in an inline, editable module

The admin can add support for more/custom special characters by customization. This article provides the instructions on how you can add support for additional, custom special characters. 

Add or modify support for custom special characters in Correspondence Management

Use the following steps to add support for custom special characters:

  1. Go to http://[server]:[port]/[ContextPath]/crx/de and login as Administrator.

  2. In the apps folder, create a folder named specialcharacters with path/structure similar to the specialcharacters folder (located in the textEditorConfig folder under libs):

    1. Right-click the specialcharacters folder at the following path and select Overlay Node:

      /libs/fd/cm/ma/gui/configuration/textEditorConfig/specialcharacters

    2. Ensure that the Overlay Node dialog has the following values:

      Path: /libs/fd/cm/ma/gui/configuration/textEditorConfig/specialcharacters

      Overlay Location: /apps/

      Match Node Types: Checked

      참고:

      Do not make changes in the /libs branch. Any changes you do make may be lost, because this branch is liable to changes whenever you:

      • Upgrade on your instance
      • Apply a hot fix
      • Install a feature pack

    3. Click OK and then click Save All. The specialcharacters folder is created in the specified path.

      After creating the overlay, verify node structure tags. Each node created in /apps using the overlay should have same class and properties as defined in /libs for that node. If any property or tag is missing in node structure under /apps location, sync its tags with the corresponding node in /libs.

  3. Ensure that the textEditorConfig node has the following properties and values:

    Name Type Value
    cmConfigurationType String cmTextEditorConfiguration
    cssPath String /libs/fd/cm/ma/gui/components/admin/createasset/textcontrol/clientlibs/textcontrol
  4. Right-click the specialcharacters folder at the following path and select Create > Child Node and then click Save All:

    /apps/fd/cm/ma/gui/configuration/textEditorConfig/specialcharacters/<YourChildNode>

  5. Refresh the Text Editor\Create Correspondence UI page. The node that you have added is the last one in the list of Special characters in the UI.

  6. Click Save All.

  7. Make the changes in the special characters as required:

    To... Complete the following steps
    Add a custom special character
    1. Add a child node under “/apps/fd/cm/ma/gui/configuration/textEditorConfig/specialcharacters” with mandatory properties.
    2. Click Save All
    3. Refresh the Text Editor\Create Correspondence UI to see the changes.
    Update an existing special character's properties
    1. Overlay the node to be updated as explained above and verify tags and classes.
    2. Change any values, such as caption, value, endValue, and multipleCaption. 
    3. Click Save All. 
    4. Refresh the Text Editor\Create Correspondence UI to see the changes.
    Hide a special charcter
    1. Overlay the node to be hidden under “/apps/fd/cm/ma/gui/configuration/textEditorConfig/specialcharacters"
    2. Add sling:hideResource (Boolean) property to the node (under apps) to be hidden. 
    3. Click Save All. 
    4. Refresh the Text Editor\Create Correspondence UI to see the changes.
    Hide multiple special charcters
    1. Add the property "sling:hideChildren (String or String[])" to “/apps/fd/cm/ma/gui/configuration/textEditorConfig/specialcharacters”. 
    2. Add node names (special characters to be hidden) as values for "sling:hideChildren" property. 
    3. Click Save All. 
    4. Refresh the Text Editor\Create Correspondence UI to see the changes.
    Order special characters
    1. Add a child node under “/apps/fd/cm/ma/gui/configuration/textEditorConfig/specialcharacters” with mandatory properties. 
    2. Add "sling:orderBefore (String)" property to the newly-created child node. 
    3. Add node name as value before which newly added special charcter is to be shown. 
    4. Click Save All. 
    5. Refresh the Text Editor\Create Correspondence UI to see the changes.

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