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CKeditor installation of custom package fail

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I'm posting this question here, since even it's a SpringBootapp, the question isn't Spring related.
I also posted this question on stackoverflow
I have a springBoot mvc app in which I'm trying to implement ckeditor, but when creating a custompackage the implementation fails
I created a custompackage, downloaded it and unzipped it in my webapp package. I included a link to the jsfile and replaced the textarea.

When going to the webpage I can't see the editor, but the layout of the rest of my page suggests it's there (the page is longer then before). I have a normal website too, I tried to install the custompackage there, but when going to the sample page to see if the installation succeeded, I can't see the editor either, so it failed.

When I don't use an installed package, but use the cdn, it works, but once I try to add plugins or change the skin like specified on it fails again.
Anyone an idea how to fix this?
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