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    Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

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    Complete, intuitive “What You See is What You Get” content editing capability for “WebKit” browsers.

    • Paste from Word! You can now paste Word documents into the vBulletin editor; the editor will try to preserve as much of Word text formatting as possible.
    • Auto-Save, Sick of losing posts when your browser crashes? Now you won’t have to worry, your content is safe.
    • Tables, add tables to your posts and replies.

    Let us know if you have any issues with the new updates.
    Use this thread to comment on the new updates.

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    Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    Practice makes perfect
    If it ain't broke, don't fix it
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    A picture is worth a thousand words
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    Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    There a few things that I don't like about it. First, there is no cursor, and I cannot click back areas that I've already typed in. Also I cannot add extra returns. If you re-edit the post these things can be done. You cannot cut/paste text within the window. Sorry, I like the old text editor better. Like "Word" it has a mind of its own. If you want to do something wthin it's formatting limits, it's wonderful. If you try to do anything else, you just can't. =^..^=

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
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    2) demonstrate that you made some attempt to fix it.
    3) if you're going to ask about jams include the jam code.
    4) if you're going to ask about an error code include the error code.


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    Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    It appears that I can paste text from outside the editor window, but cannot copy or cut text from within the window. An I can only paste to the end of the line of text.

    This editor would be great for someone who thinks in an organized way, and can get everything down correctly the first time. That's not me. I have to edit several times before the thoughts start appearing coherent.

    Did you change something? My problems I was complaining about have vanished. =^..^=

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    Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    There a few things that I don't like about it. First, there is no cursor, and I cannot click back areas that I've already typed in. Also I cannot add extra returns. If you re-edit the post these things can be done. You cannot cut/paste text within the window. Sorry, I like the old text editor better. Like "Word" it has a mind of its own. If you want to do something wthin it's formatting limits, it's wonderful. If you try to do anything else, you just can't. =^..^=
    What browser & OS are you using? I have found a similar issue from Firefox on my Vista Pro laptop (I also have the same issue with Facebook and Firefox on my laptop), but Firefox works fine with both Copytechnet and Facebook from my home & office Desktops (Both Win7).

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    Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    I've noticed that there is only Reply with Quote. There is no just Reply tab.


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    Lightbulb Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    hello ..in my opinion we should be do a poll about this new updating subject ..as the useful of our copytechnet by mobile ...but before updates ...our admin can view all opinion before her useful this new WYSIWYG ...

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    Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    Quote Originally Posted by bojans View Post
    I've noticed that there is only Reply with Quote. There is no just Reply tab.
    I didn't notice it until you pointed it out but your right, that is the way is was a few versions ago if I remember correctly. The regular Reply is at the upper and lower left of the pages (where it has always been). I think the theory is that when you reply you are replying the the entire thread but when you Reply with quote you are replying the the specifically quoted items in a particular post. I'm not saying that it's better or worse like that but it's just my theory. It does not effect us too much here because everyone is defaulted to a "linear" thread view but if you use the old school "threaded view" it throws off the order of the posts, see the picture below for what the threaded view looks like.

    I will take a look to see it there is a setting to put the reply button back in the posts.

    Threaded view (this can be set in your forum general settings).
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    The Reply Button
    reply.jpg

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    Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    Hi! I like the new text editor, but it's really annoying that you can't see the cursor and can't click back to change something.. I've noticed someone else complained about this problem - I use Windows 7, 32 bit and the latest version of Mozilla Firefox.


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    Re: Updates & New WYSIWYG editor

    Hi! I Like the new WISIWYG editor

    Win 7, WinServer 2008 , Ubuntu 11
    iE9, Chrome >>> working good
    auto save= good things


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