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If TinyMCEPlugin needs WysiwygPlugin so badly then it should take care for activating it under the hood, or deactivate itself if WysiwygPlugin isn't operable.
Though I've been following the rumours to some extent, I managed to make this blunder. For a newcomer I guess it is even more difficult to guess that a name like "TinyMCE" is related to WYSIWYG editing.
- 28 Sep 2007
Excellent point. Raised to Urgent, as this is bound to catch someone out.
Later: it now disables itself.