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ld333
WYSIWYG other options?
  • 2003/6/16 3:46

  • ld333

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anyone know of any other wysiwyg that i can integrate? the feature that requires me to "add" formatted text is not so intuitive and i have to keep explaining it to users.

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Anonymous
Re: WYSIWYG other options?
  • 2003/7/13 5:48

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yep, it's true xoops' wysiwyg editor is just about the worst every conceived. however, it does work in all browsers.

if you don't mind using ie, download this one. it's the best i can find. very nice.

if anyone is adventurous enough to hack up formdhtmltextarea.php and add this in ... will probably experience an outpouring of love and affection from the entire XOOPS community.

anyone ... anyone?

- matthew

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GPrix2K
Re: WYSIWYG other options?
  • 2003/7/18 23:31

  • GPrix2K

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Has anyone installed HTMLarea on Xoops? Have you had success with this?

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Anonymous
Re: WYSIWYG other options?
  • 2003/9/21 4:25

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GPrix2K -

nope. 2 months and nothing has changed with the wysiwyg editor.

- nautis

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naish
Re: WYSIWYG other options?
  • 2003/9/22 12:02

  • naish

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  • Since: 2003/6/10


My team is developing a version of htmlArea that can be integrated into xoops.

It does html -> bbcode -> html conversion and is a drop in replacement for the XOOPS bbcode editor.

The editor works with Mozilla and IE, and we hope that it could become the default editor (with a fallback option to the current editor).

We plan on doing an alpha release in a week or two.


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pdaddict
Re: WYSIWYG other options?
  • 2003/9/28 10:59

  • pdaddict

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FYI: I tried it with NN7, and it did NOT work.

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PureLuXus
Re: WYSIWYG other options?
  • 2003/10/18 13:51

  • PureLuXus

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Quote:

naish wrote:
My team is developing a version of htmlArea that can be integrated into xoops.

It does html -> bbcode -> html conversion and is a drop in replacement for the XOOPS bbcode editor.

The editor works with Mozilla and IE, and we hope that it could become the default editor (with a fallback option to the current editor).

We plan on doing an alpha release in a week or two.



hey this sounds really great..
i use firebird and dont want switch back to ie only because of a wysiwyg editor..

very nice to hear that someone try to work on a firebird compatible solution...

what about the alpha version?
your post is 1 month ago..
would be nice if u can told us something about the status

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