I am proud to announce the release of the inbetween-WYSIWYG-editor. This module is heavily based on the tinyeditor from ralf57 who gave me permission to release this inbetween-version. Why another clone of the tinyeditor? Simple! I urgently needed some features from the current Tine plus some addons so I wrote this "hack". The biggest change are the toolsets because I needed different toolsets for different groups.

This version will only be supported until tinyeditor 1.0 is released, because ralf57 is the better programmer. I hope you'll like "my" version.

Installed plugins:
- advhr -> advanced hr-plugin
- advimage -> advanced image-plugin
- advlink -> advanced links-plugin with the possibility to write own plugins for inserting XOOPS-links
- autosave -> you'll get a warning if the work is not saved (no must-have, sometimes unstable)
- contextmenu -> a context-menu - what else?
- directionality -> change writing direction inside the editor
- emotions -> add your smilies
- flash -> add flash-movies
- fullscreen -> makes the editor fullscreen
- iespell -> spellchecker (IE only)
- inlinepopups -> instead of making popup-windows the plugin generates popup-divs (experimental)
- insertdatetime -> no explanation needed
- mlcontent -> add multilanguage-tags (ralf57-plugin)
- noneditable -> lock elements against editing
- paste -> pastes and tidies text from e.g. word
- preview -> preview your content in a popup
- print -> print the editor's content
- searchreplace -> search and replace words
- table -> adds tables
- xquotecode -> add XOOPS-style quotes and codes (a little bit buggy - ralf57-plugin)
- zoom -> zoom your content (IE only)
- iBrowser -> lightweight image-manager (added permissions)
- iManager -> full featured image-manager (added permissions)
- countchar -> counts the word inside the editor
- divselect -> makes divs from text (CSS-selector)
- insertdiv -> inserts DIVs (still BETA)
- insertcode -> inserts highlighted code into the editor using geshi
- custombullet -> make your own definition lists
- blockproperties -> nothing spectacular, add some more infos to paragraphs and headings
- simplebrowser -> browse your server and insert links (simple!)

Some things have changed. Especially the following part: DO make your own css-file for the editor, if not some things will not work as expected. The way to implement this editor is of course similiar. So read the manual carefully that comes with the module.

Install the module as every normal module. Copy the folder xoopseditor to xoopsroot/class. If you want to use iBrowser or iManager the folders xoopsroot / modules / inbetween / editor / plugins / ibrowser(or)imanager / scripts / phpThumb / cache and modules / inbetween / editor / plugins / ibrowser(or)imanager / temp need CHMOD 777.

If you want to set toolsets for your groups please not that only the first three groups are inside the database. For all other groups there are only default values. You MUST submit the form to insert it into the database.

Inside the module is the original tinyMCE-documentation (folder origdocs) if you want to discover all the "secrets" of the tinyMCE-engine.

IMPORTANT for 2.2x-users: The use of gzip-compression in XOOPS 2.2x still cannot be used. Turn off the use of gzip-compression in inbetween-preferences. If gzip-compression is turned on the editor's template cannot be loaded.

Code changes between 1.13 and 1.14:

Unfortunately you have to replace ALL files to upgrade from 1.13 to 1.14, because the tinyMCE-team has no documentation on the differences between the version and I was too lazy to compare more than 2000 files for differences.

A few words to the permissions:

The use-quota-permission ONLY makes sense, when per-user-directories are enabled in inbetween's preferences. Override user-dirs does allow a group to see ALL image directories even when per-user-directories are set.

A few words to the new simplebrowser-plugin

This plugin is quite tricky and made me a hell of a work to get this implemented properly. Basically this is a plugin that is plugging into the plugins: advimage, advlink and flash. With that plugin you are able to browse and upload files and then insert links to those files. I had to some special tricks to prevent that functions are available for groups that were not meant for them. If you want to use this plugin for a special group, add it via toolsets. There is nothing wrong about the plugin when the icon is not appearing in the toolbar. Once installed a browse-button will appear in the aforementionend plugins. If I get a positive feedback on this plugin I am thinking about extending this plugin with permissions and so on.


System Requirements:

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