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var getCTNode = function( domElement ) {
// Go through all the editable regions of CT
var regions = ContentTools.EditorApp.get().regions();
for ( var i in regions ) {
// Go through all the children / Element Nodes
var children = regions[ i ].children;
for ( var k in children ) {
if ( children[ k ]._domElement == domElement ) {
return children[ k ];
}
}
}
return null;
};
@anthonyjb

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commented Oct 9, 2015

So my recommendation would be this code instead:

ContentEdit.Root.get().bind('mount', function (element) {
    // Map the element to it's DOM element
    element.domElement()._ceElement = element;
});

This code stores are reference to the ContentEdit element whenever its mounted into the DOM against the DOM element it's mounted as. This way you can just use the domElement._ceElement attribute to find the element you're after. This should be a pretty efficient mechanism.

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commented Oct 10, 2015

Thanks I ended up ditching the whole thing for your suggestion :)

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