[Dojo-interest] Re: [dojo-contributors] First Prototype of
Extensible Editor2/Editor2Toolbar: feedback please
jon.sykes at media-hive.com
Fri Aug 4 07:18:46 MDT 2006
- FF1.5 on OSX the collapse Toolbar thing doesn't do anything.
- Dragging the toolbar sections, the transparency should be less,
they're almost invisible. In fact I'm just thinking (and it might be
an OSX thing) but usually DND of toolbars in done in a active DND
manor - so when you drag you get the thing and where it used to be
reforms to fill the void.
- Firebug error: Security Error: Content at http://dojotoolkit.org/
~liucougar/dojo/tests/widget/test_Editor2.html may not load or link
- It's almost impossible to delete a horizontal divider, my expected
functionality would be that if I am on the line below and press
delete it would delete it, as it is it deletes text from the line
above the bar. It appears you have to actually click the bar
(tricky) and then hit delete, although because there is no 'I'm
selected' state, I wasn't sure if this worked every time or not.
Hope those are of some use.
On Aug 4, 2006, at 9:10 AM, Jon Sykes wrote:
> My first concern is with the line...
> "A new look and feel of the toolbar is ported from FCKeditor."
> ...in your blog post.
> Do you know if the Icons in FCKEditor are free for use?
> FCKEditor doesn't appear to be a licensing match to the Dojo
> foundation? LGPL, with a $750 single use CDL.
> Other than that, I think it's pretty damned awesome. Going to play
> with it some more and see if I have any additional comments.
> Jon Sykes
> On Jul 28, 2006, at 9:12 PM, LiuCougar wrote:
>> I put up a post about the release of the first patch for the First
>> Prototype of Extensible Editor2/Editor2Toolbar:
>> I'd like to hear your opinions about the patch or bug report for the
>> live demo or any other suggestions/feedbacks/concerns you may have.
>> "People's characters are strengthened through struggle against
>> difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
>> - Old Chinese adage
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