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Hello wonderfull people of this forum.
If you can please take a moment of your time and answer these question about a large personal project I am undertaking.
I am developing a web based WYSIWYG editor all in JavaScript. You say I am insane, you are right. LOL. I am wondering what would you expect to see in a web based WYSIWYG editor??
Currently I have the basic things done. B,I,U, font properties, and background color.
Working on the following. Form Elements, editing in between lines (Talk about Fun<--pain), copy and pasting, short cut keys.
I will put up a working version with the basics about 9PM est if I get off of work at a decent time.
Also do you have any ideas for code generators like my pop up window generator???
Thank You
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If you want, go take a look at editor that I did,
Web Code Expert. www.devsoftware.com
Source code is encoded, and some of it is encrypted, but this shareware idea was stupid anyway. You could use 1-1-1 as a key if you want to.
So, if you like something in it, I will send you source code.
Note, that you need IE5.5 or up to use it.
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