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Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 4:08 pm
by garak
Pseudonym wrote:Very cool mod, Garak. I've been waiting for this for a while now.

Obviously this is still in development stage, but what are the current limitations? Have you got WYSIWYG Quotes working nicely? Inline files?

Very exciting - I'll keep an eye on your progress! :D
I'm happy you appreciate my work.
Well, actually it's in development just because it's a young mod. I want to wait until a good number of people will use it, and possibly report bugs (to fix them ASAP).
If you want to know what is working and what is not: just try it ;) and let us know.

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Wed Nov 26, 2008 4:45 am
by Mudjosh
I don't know much about TinyMCE so I will be a total noob for a second here..

My first question is, I would understand that it might involve some small graphic design on my part, but is it possible to convert custom bbcodes into TinyMCE options?

Secondly, does this adapt to the style you are using? If you are using a darker style, does it stick out like a sore thumb?

Thanks! If you could provide an answer for those, I might look into installing it. It looks sweet! :D

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Wed Nov 26, 2008 7:07 am
by garak
Mudjosh wrote:I don't know much about TinyMCE so I will be a total noob for a second here..

My first question is, I would understand that it might involve some small graphic design on my part, but is it possible to convert custom bbcodes into TinyMCE options?

Secondly, does this adapt to the style you are using? If you are using a darker style, does it stick out like a sore thumb?

Thanks! If you could provide an answer for those, I might look into installing it. It looks sweet! :D
First: yes, but a knowloedge of javascript is required, since you must edit plugins/bbcode/editor_plugin.js file to add your custom bbcodes (as long with desired HTML to be converted to/from)

Second: not automatically, but you can manage with graphic files to create your custom TinyMCE theme.

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Wed Nov 26, 2008 10:04 pm
by Mudjosh
I am actually about to start in college for website design.. Sadly I'm not quite in there so I don't know javascript yet.. Is there a site on the web that gives tutorials on Javascript? I don't know if w3schools does or not.. but that is where I go for html.. :?

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Thu Nov 27, 2008 7:43 am
by garak
Mudjosh wrote:I am actually about to start in college for website design.. Sadly I'm not quite in there so I don't know javascript yet.. Is there a site on the web that gives tutorials on Javascript? I don't know if w3schools does or not.. but that is where I go for html.. :?
This is a bit off topic. You should search google, or better amazon (a book is better than a tutorial, if you're just a beginner)

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 4:05 pm
by bypan6
Hi garak,

Thanks for the great plugin! I wanted to report that the integration works well for IE and Firefox, but does not work for Safari. (In Safari, the html does not get rendered automatically back into bbcode.)

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 4:13 pm
by garak
bypan6 wrote:Hi garak,

Thanks for the great plugin! I wanted to report that the integration works well for IE and Firefox, but does not work for Safari. (In Safari, the html does not get rendered automatically back into bbcode.)
Unfortunately, I can't reproduce your bug, since Safari is not available for Linux.
Can you dig into it? Do you think it's a TinyMCE problem? (maybe you can try with latest version)
Or it could be an issue of my javascript code?
Let me know.
Thanks.

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 5:14 pm
by almsamim
garak wrote:
bypan6 wrote:Hi garak,

Thanks for the great plugin! I wanted to report that the integration works well for IE and Firefox, but does not work for Safari. (In Safari, the html does not get rendered automatically back into bbcode.)
Unfortunately, I can't reproduce your bug, since Safari is not available for Linux.
Can you dig into it? Do you think it's a TinyMCE problem? (maybe you can try with latest version)
Or it could be an issue of my javascript code?
Let me know.
Thanks.
it's big issue in safari due to apple-span tags

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 7:48 pm
by bypan6
I'm not too familiar with programming, so I wouldn't know how to fix this.

However, I did find the page below, highlighting the issue - if it helps anyone:

https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12248

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 9:33 am
by Galaxy21
Hi Garak,

just found your MOD. Very nice one. I'll try to install it and then report bugs, when I find them.

How about custom BBCode? That would have to be implemented manually?

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 9:41 am
by garak
Galaxy21 wrote:Hi Garak,

just found your MOD. Very nice one. I'll try to install it and then report bugs, when I find them.

How about custom BBCode? That would have to be implemented manually?
Yes, you need to change the javascript code. I added a note to my original post to state it.

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2008 12:54 pm
by jeremyotten
Go and look here guys

www.almsamim.com

there editor rocks ;-)

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:57 pm
by t1mm3h
This is great garak thank for sharing this!

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2009 4:58 am
by DaTaiMeo
Thanhs so much!
Great solution, better than config fckeditor!
Vote 10/10

Re: [DEV] TinyMCE integration

Posted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:31 am
by yuukoweb
Garak,
You're mod is really great and i already made it working, but can i ask if whenever i try to post the advance tiny mce editor will be used.
I mean this one
http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/examples/full.php

And whenever i try to make spaces between paragraphs, it ignores it and don't show the spaces.