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WYSIWYG Editor

 
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Has anyone been able to get a WYSIWYG editor working with jForum successfully? If so, can you give me the step-by-step instructions as to how to get one installed and working? The users of my forum are wanting a WYSIWYG versus the bbcode buttons so that it is a little more user friendly.

Thanks!

BTW, is there any plans to implement a WYSIWYG editor in the next release of jForum?

UPDATE: Nevermind....To extensive and need to do a full integration in the next few days. I hope though that it is going to be implemented into JForum3 because that seems to be the biggest issue right now with all of my testers is that they do not like the bbcode buttons and want a mini text editor instead for ease of use. Perhaps TinyMCE?
[originally posted on jforum.net by confused2gether]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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