Connections allows to customize Active Content Filter rules. By this, customers are able to adapt blacklist or whitelist to their needs.
CKEditor as well as textbox.io consider this ACF configuration by Connections. However, TinyMCE does not. Instead, I learned that TinyMCE maintains its own ACF configuration which can be adapted only by Tiny development. It requires a new release of TinyMCE, and if this release is not supported with the current Connections release, an Connections upgrade as well.
I see 2 options:
- TinyMCE considers the Active Content Filter rules by Connections
- Customers are able to customize TinyMCE own ACF configuration (without requiring a new version)