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Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

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    Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 13 years 2 months ago
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      Giving away licensed software?? Where did you see that in my post? All I was saying was if someone wanted to try the editor I would allow them to access a demo site where I have it installed.
      I saw it nowhere. I was just wondering how you would do that. All clear now.
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    Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 13 years 1 month ago
    • Jocelyn Hetrick wrote:
      I'm a Mac User and I use WYSIWYG PRO in all my installations of Joomla.

      It's from www.wysiwygpro.com/ and is a simple plugin. You have to pay for it though.

      Anyone else using this editor?

      If you want to try it on a Joomla site let me know.

      Trying it would not persuade me to put myself out of pocket for something I'm not making money for. Perhaps on a paid job yes.

      There has to be some simple solution out there...
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    Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 13 years 1 month ago
    • now that the MosCE project seems to have come to and end, and the new JCE project seems to have started, have any of you MAC users tried it?

      Or is it the same problems all over again?
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    Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 13 years 19 hours ago
    • Up to version 1.5.0.2 Firefox now.
      Joomla 1.0.8 with JCE Editor Mambot, version 1.0.4.
      The only trouble I had, was needing to turn off "Template CSS classes" in JCE Parameters, when one layout using a dark blue background was showing up in JCE's text entry area, making it difficult to see my entries.

      Making PopUp photos, by building the thumnails on the upload is very slick.
  • Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 12 years 11 months ago
    • I find that FCK works well for me on the mac with firefox. I dont use it much to create, mostly just for quickly cleaning up client inserted content that has all that feature rich M$ Word baggage as a bonus.

      The main reason however, is that if you want to use CSS <span> instead of the poor old <font> then this is what I would recommend.
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    Posted 12 years 11 months ago
  • Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 12 years 11 months ago
    • I've just been putting Camino through its paces and have to second James' comment - it does seem to work very well. Certainly better than Safari, and at least as well as Firefox. Very good page rendering too.
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    Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 12 years 11 months ago
    • I've actually switched to camino at home too. It's really snappy.
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    Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 12 years 11 months ago
    • Just installed Camino, works very well on my G5.

      As WYSIWYG editor, I use Asbru HardCore Web Content Editor.

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      Powerful: cross-platform, edit "rich" content, image map support, CSS Style Sheet support, localised language support, HTML code editing, joomla bot, etc. It's not free, but, for me, is worth the cost ($40). Works with Safari, but not as well as with Firefox or Camino. Demo available here: http://editor.asbrusoft.com/
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  • Re: Macs, Joomla, WYSIWYG, and Safari

    Posted 12 years 11 months ago
    • GABIOUD YVES wrote:
      As WYSIWYG editor, I use Asbru HardCore Web Content Editor.

      Wow! That's impressive! Right now, I'm content to use the free JCE mambot (which allows me to modify its settings and permission levels for various users), but I can't argue with the sheer extensiveness of Asbru's editor. It's almost a little overwhelming in its feature-set-- you definitely get your money's worth.

      Has anyone tried Blogg-X. I found it to be a little cumbersome to use.
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