WYSIWYG editor

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Senky
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Re: WYSIWYG editor

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Hm, I think it is not necessary. You simply choose if you want to use WYSIWYG or old editor, and you are used to it, so you do not change it so often. What's more, you are able to use "old editor" with WYSIWYG one, displaying source and make post using this mode...
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Re: WYSIWYG editor

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RMcGirr83 wrote:I was speaking of allowing to "change it on the fly", if you get what I mean. EG, user can choose to always have or not via a setting in the UCP and also can choose to use it or not when making a post.
Right:
imkingdavid wrote:There is a button that will let you switch between source editing (the "normal way") or rich editing (WYSIWYG)
EXreaction wrote:While using the WYSIWYG editor, there is also the source button that lets you edit it as you would now.
The "button" referred to there would be displayed on the posting screen. And there would also be the option in the UCP to pick the default one to load each time you visit the posting screen.
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Re: WYSIWYG editor

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RMcGirr83 wrote:I was speaking of allowing to "change it on the fly", if you get what I mean. EG, user can choose to always have or not via a setting in the UCP and also can choose to use it or not when making a post.
See EXreaction's post below:
EXreaction wrote:We can easily add the option in the UCP so the user can select the default behavior. While using the WYSIWYG editor, there is also the source button that lets you edit it as you would now.
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Re: WYSIWYG editor

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Okay already, I get it. Thanks.
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Re: WYSIWYG editor

Post by EXreaction »

I just noticed we have two topics on this.

Please put further comments in the RFC topic:
https://area51.phpbb.com/phpBB/viewtopi ... 79#p244679
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