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This is impossible with conventional tab indexes as TinyMCE actually hides the <textarea> and creates an <iframe> with the editor in it. You could make a work around by forcing focus on the editor in the blur event of the previous element in javascript, here is ajQuery snipped of the top of my head:

$('#prev-input').blur(function(){
    tinyMCE.get('textarea').focus();
});

Then as soon as the user leaves the previous input focus would jump to the TinyMCE editor, you could possibly add a blur() method as well to got to the next element.

That sounds good but returns error ---- Uncaught TypeError: Cannot call method 'focus' of undefined

tinyMCE.get('textarea')

I think it can't find the "textarea" because the tinyMCE object exists... I have try with the textarea's ID and NAME instead of "textarea" in get() but still wont work.

Is "setup/init" == "tiny_mce_init.js" or something else and what to look for in it ?

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I resolved this with adding 'tabfocus' to plugins and then add tabfocus_elements : ":prev,:next"

<label for="tinyMCE">

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