Change font-size or colour of a piece of text in a content block

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I know I can manually add span tags with the style changes I need but the client does not want to jump into the code. Is there a way of selecting a piece of text in a paragraph and then set a new color or font-size. I don't really fancy putting lots of classes into the editor in order to do this. Does anyone know how to achieve this in an elegant way.

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WillemAnchor replied on at Permalink Reply
WillemAnchor
If you can write code:
create a clone of the content block and add:
'plugins':        ['fontfamily','fontsize','fontcolor','concrete5', 'my_own_plugin']

when initializing your redactor element (form.php)

This is standard included in my User_Info block, but it might be a bit overweight for your purpose.
http://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/addons/user-info1/...
WillemAnchor replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
WillemAnchor
ah, wait :D
at least in 5.7.4 you can select those plugins
index.php/dashboard/system/basics/editor
wcldev replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks that's exactly what I was looking for, cheers bud :-)