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<!DOCTYPE html>
    <meta charset="utf-8" />
    <title>Draft • Color</title>  
    <div style="font-family: Georgia, serif; font-size: 15px; padding: 20px; width: 600px; line-height: 24px;">
      This example demonstrates how custom inline styles can be used to create
      editors with an unlimited range of style combinations. Note also that
      the state of the editor can be manipulated to enforce that only one
      color may be active at any time.
    <div id="target"></div>

      const {Editor, EditorState, Modifier, RichUtils} = Draft;

      class ColorfulEditorExample extends React.Component {
        constructor(props) {
          this.state = {editorState: EditorState.createEmpty()};

          this.focus = () => this.refs.editor.focus();
          this.onChange = (editorState) => this.setState({editorState});
          this.toggleColor = (toggledColor) => this._toggleColor(toggledColor);

        _toggleColor(toggledColor) {
          const {editorState} = this.state;
          const selection = editorState.getSelection();

          // Let's just allow one color at a time. Turn off all active colors.
          const nextContentState = Object.keys(colorStyleMap)
            .reduce((contentState, color) => {
              return Modifier.removeInlineStyle(contentState, selection, color)
            }, editorState.getCurrentContent());

          let nextEditorState = EditorState.push(

          const currentStyle = editorState.getCurrentInlineStyle();

          // Unset style override for current color.
          if (selection.isCollapsed()) {
            nextEditorState = currentStyle.reduce((state, color) => {
              return RichUtils.toggleInlineStyle(state, color);
            }, nextEditorState);

          // If the color is being toggled on, apply it.
          if (!currentStyle.has(toggledColor)) {
            nextEditorState = RichUtils.toggleInlineStyle(


        render() {
          const {editorState} = this.state;
          return (
            <div style={styles.root}>
              <div style={styles.editor} onClick={this.focus}>
                  placeholder="Write something colorful..."

      class StyleButton extends React.Component {
        constructor(props) {
          this.onToggle = (e) => {

        render() {
          let style;
          if ( {
            style = {...styles.styleButton, ...colorStyleMap[]};
          } else {
            style = styles.styleButton;

          return (
            <span style={style} onMouseDown={this.onToggle}>

      var COLORS = [
        {label: 'Red', style: 'red'},
        {label: 'Orange', style: 'orange'},
        {label: 'Yellow', style: 'yellow'},
        {label: 'Green', style: 'green'},
        {label: 'Blue', style: 'blue'},
        {label: 'Indigo', style: 'indigo'},
        {label: 'Violet', style: 'violet'},

      const ColorControls = (props) => {
        var currentStyle = props.editorState.getCurrentInlineStyle();
        return (
          <div style={styles.controls}>
            { =>

      // This object provides the styling information for our custom color
      // styles.
      const colorStyleMap = {
        red: {
          color: 'rgba(255, 0, 0, 1.0)',
        orange: {
          color: 'rgba(255, 127, 0, 1.0)',
        yellow: {
          color: 'rgba(180, 180, 0, 1.0)',
        green: {
          color: 'rgba(0, 180, 0, 1.0)',
        blue: {
          color: 'rgba(0, 0, 255, 1.0)',
        indigo: {
          color: 'rgba(75, 0, 130, 1.0)',
        violet: {
          color: 'rgba(127, 0, 255, 1.0)',

      const styles = {
        root: {
          fontFamily: '\'Georgia\', serif',
          fontSize: 14,
          padding: 20,
          width: 600,
        editor: {
          borderTop: '1px solid #ddd',
          cursor: 'text',
          fontSize: 16,
          marginTop: 20,
          minHeight: 400,
          paddingTop: 20,
        controls: {
          fontFamily: '\'Helvetica\', sans-serif',
          fontSize: 14,
          marginBottom: 10,
          userSelect: 'none',
        styleButton: {
          color: '#999',
          cursor: 'pointer',
          marginRight: 16,
          padding: '2px 0',

        <ColorfulEditorExample />,
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