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How can I have a HTML editor button on asking question area?
I want a change button, too.

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You can customize the toolbar in the file qa-plugin/wysiwyg-editor/qa-wysiwyg-editor.php, from line 138. For example, on line 147 change

    "['RemoveFormat', 'Maximize']".


    "['RemoveFormat', 'Maximize', 'Source']".

The CKeditor site has various info on configuring toolbars: http://docs.ckeditor.com/#!/guide/dev_toolbar

Edit: just realized, there is a config.js file included in the plugin. Not sure if that is read by CKeditor but might be worth trying. I think you'd need to add a config.toolbarGroups setting like on the above link.

This required to be have as a default. Or at least an option to add this button to the toolbar.
I can recommend sama55's CKEditor4 plugin, just put 'RemoveFormat', 'Maximize', 'Source' into the admin>plugin>options. http://question2answer.org/qa/26643/update-plugin-ckeditor4-v1-1-3