[REQUEST] WYSIWYG Mod [demo mod inside]
#1
you see, phpbb has one .. so i figured someone might be inspired and make
one of his, and then a lot will be quite happy Smile

here is all of the info - hit me [WYSIWYG]


p/s
hope i didn't break any rules
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#2
i think that this will be in mybb 1.2
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#3
If you mean the screenshot below:
http://users.telenet.be/devianthans3/mods/wysiwyg-1.JPG

No. It is not included in 1.2
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#4
xiaozhu Wrote:If you mean the screenshot below:
http://users.telenet.be/devianthans3/mods/wysiwyg-1.JPG

No. It is not included in 1.2

what i meant is an actual WYSIWYG editor. [mod]

as a request to a modder.
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#5
I'm working on something similar for my private website. The problem is that with using normal javascript, it refreshes after a second button is pressed, e.g.: if you type in "hello, how are you doing", you'll only see "hello, how are you doin". Then when I use AJAX instead, that problem is solved, but it has to make a request everytime. Now, that doesn't really take up much of the server load. The other problem is IE (off course). The backspace doesn't work in IE (it does the same as I wrote above about the normal javascript) but I'm working on it.

I currently have this online here: http://smethead.louhabs.com/orjan/comments.php?bid=1.
It hasn't been updated with the version on my own pc for a while. (You can't post anything because I removed the insertion file for security reasons)

I don't have all bb-codes working yet. And yes, the smilies are those from MyBB, because I needed some smilies quick. I'll design my own later
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#6
the html generated from most of the WYSIWYG editors is crappy, especially when people copy/paste from another webpage. But yeah, it can be a nice feature for some.

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#7
I think other features are more important.
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#8
Nice mod smethead, although to save the load time, you could have it update everytime you create a new line (press the "Enter" or "Return" key)
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#9
DrPoodle Wrote:Nice mod smethead, although to save the load time, you could have it update everytime you create a new line (press the "Enter" or "Return" key)
That's actually a good idea Smile thanks
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