Ensemble CMS is the Web content management system for Virginia Tech. It allows website contributors to update their Web content without worrying about the technical details of creating, editing, and maintaining websites.
With the release of Safari 6.1 (for OS X 10.7 and 10.8) and Safari 7 (OS X 10.9) Apple has taken a sandboxing approach to Oracle's Java plugin whether or not the applet is signed. This has a critical impact on EditLive! and its ability to perform some typical tasks (such as copying and pasting from word).
In order to copy and paste from another program such as word, please perform the following steps:
With the most recent version of Java (Java 7 update 45), the Ephox editor fails to load (it gets stuck loading at 53%). We have filed a ticket with the vendor, but do not have response from them yet. In the meantime, the temporary solution is to downgrade Java. Please follow the directions on How to Revert to a previous version of Java 7.
When the vendor has fixed it so that it will work on the latest Java release, we will notify the CMS community. We apologize for the Java issues.
Looking for the actual CMS? Visit https://ensemble.vt.edu. You'll need to log in with your Virginia Tech PID. Also, you won't have access if you aren't a member of a CMS community.
Click here to see a list of recent updates, fixes, and changes to the Ensemble CMS. If there's something we can do to make the system fit your needs, please let us know.
The Ensemble CMS team is available to provide further assistance, Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For help or training using Ensemble: