CKE is ok... But I hate, simply hate that the buttons stop working when I go to the source mode. Also, the BBCode plugin is meh.Ideas Bot wrote:we are in 2013 and many systems used a WYSIWYG editor like Ckeditor in vbulletin or tinymce in wordpress and...
Nope, don't like it!brunoais wrote: @Volksdevil Try SCE first . It is not the perfect. in WYSIWYG it is almost as good as CKE and in source code mode it is way better than CKE (just by the buttons working gives it loads of points). Then tell again if you still think that the current editor is a better option than that WYSIWYG editor.
That sounds better...Regards usability I've had Issues where you want to move an image up or down and it ends up with the formatting all over the place. I used to frequent a Vw Corrado forum and ever since they started with wysiwyg I just can't use the place anymore! So as long as they format correctly...brunoais wrote:@Volksdevil
You can make it such that they only have 2 buttons with that same text and no images by doing a simple change to the CSS.
I can add options so that you can easily get that same kind of "feel" with the buttons in SCE without removing all possibilities it gives to the users who want to use 'em.
My point exactly, everybody has their own opinion and this is mine. Your reasons for wanting one are?...Probably not good to me either. and the voting is hardly conclusive.Meis2M wrote:Volksdevil
maybe u and your forum users dont like use a WYSIWYG editor but me and many users like use this.
it is not a good reason for me.
brunoais wrote:Yeah, I know how it is. That's also why there's a source code mode. Anyway SCE is getting better at that, same as the browsers because different browsers have that kind of functionality a bit different between each other.Volksdevil wrote: EDIT: Case in point. I just had a go, inserted a youtube video and then decided I wanted to type some text above it. Hard work...
Show me a working example please. I already went to that forum that has that image, registered (lost a whole lot of time) to see that I can't find the editor anywhere.
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does not work*1. [wiki] does not work*1. [b] works but you can't see the corresponding BBCode. Source code mode does not work *2. *1: I'm in the WYSIWYG mode and I see BBCode. WTF?!?! *2: If I write BBCode in the source code mode, even if it's BBCode I expect is to accept like the [ b] tag and the [ i] tag, it does not recognize. That WYSIWYG editor for BBCode is useless for the needs of phpBB. At least, that's also why we just threw away tinyMCE. Anyway, I will work in such that what I produce is something that allows almost plug 'n' play of different editors where there's only the need to write the "driver" to make the proper adaptations for the different editors.
Your editor is fu***ing awesome! I would use it