Sorry, that didn't work exactly.....
I copied it but nothing linked directly to it.
I took the Document.cshtml file and added it to my theme and then had it include my newly copied orchard-tinymce.js and that actually brings in the JS file for the main site but that isn't where orchard-tinymce.js is needed. It's really needed on the
admin editing pages.....here, it appears that my theme isn't used and therefore it does not leverage my Document.cshtml.
Any thoughts on how my "non admin theme" could include script for certain elements within the admin pages? I'd like to offer people using my theme the capability to have a tinymce configured with settings that are more commonly used by those typically
associated with my theme.