AJAX and WYSIWYG Editor?

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AJAX and WYSIWYG Editor?

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Hello all,

I think it would be awsome if phpBB3 had either AJAX or a WYSIWYG editor or both would be really cool.

Thanks!
-maddog39 :D

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Re: AJAX and WYSIWYG Editor?

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Whats happen with this feature? This is very good as optional from control panel

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phpBB 3.0.0 is feature-frozen (at least, AFAIK)... the features tracker was closed quite a while ago.
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MennoniteHobbit wrote: phpBB 3.0.0 is feature-frozen (at least, AFAIK)... the features tracker was closed quite a while ago.
Then if the "tracker" is closed, where can I send my sugesstions about of new features, for phpbb 3.2 or next versions?

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Re: AJAX and WYSIWYG Editor?

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Can I use this segurity tracker, for phpbb 2.0.x

http://www.phpbb.com/security/add_report.php" target="_blank

Or this Bug Tracker

http://www.phpbb.com/bugs/addreport.php" target="_blank

For do sugestions about new features

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Use neither of those for Feature Requests. Those two trackers are for security exploits and bugs not feature requests. phpBB's Sourceforge page is where the feature tracker is.

Edit: it looks like the trackers at SF have been closed. There is no where to submit feature requests at this time. You'll have to wait until the next version before you request a feature.
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wGEric wrote: Use neither of those for Feature Requests. Those two trackers are for security exploits and bugs not feature requests. phpBB's Sourceforge page is where the feature tracker is.

Edit: it looks like the trackers at SF have been closed. There is no where to submit feature requests at this time. You'll have to wait until the next version before you request a feature.

Well, ok, thanks

As other sugesstion, could be good have always open the tracker, I would like somebody of team, can do something

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Having the tracker open means someone has to maintain it (look through requests, throw out bad ones, throw out features that are already implemented, etc). That takes time which developers are the only ones that can do that since they are the ones coding it and deciding what goes into phpBB. If one was open, that means they will spend less time coding.
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Re: AJAX and WYSIWYG Editor?

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wGEric wrote: Having the tracker open means someone has to maintain it (look through requests, throw out bad ones, throw out features that are already implemented, etc). That takes time which developers are the only ones that can do that since they are the ones coding it and deciding what goes into phpBB. If one was open, that means they will spend less time coding.
Then, Could be good idea have more developers

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