[Dojo-interest] Re: Editor2 is totally unusable in IE,
is that true?
gerwood at siranos.com
Sun Jan 7 14:31:30 MST 2007
Your right on Shift+Enter... It's simply the way MS created their
internal editor. I have seen at least one WYSIWYG editor that
editor to have a hand in the content insertion. I don't know if there
is an internal function to change IE's default functionality, perhaps
someone else does.
It would be nice to have Editor2 'correct' the different ways
browsers handle things like new spaces, but that would involve a lot
of extra code. A decision best left to the developer.
On 08/01/2007, at 4:47 AM, Emily Gu wrote:
> I found a way to get around this. I want to share with you. If you
> have other ways, please let me know.
> Pressing Shift+Enter at the end of a line will create a new line
> with single spacing between lines (a line break).
> Pressing Enter at the end of a line will create a new line with
> double spacing between lines (a new paragraph).
> On 1/6/07, Emily Gu <e2005g at gmail.com> wrote:
> Editor2 adds an additional line in WYSIWYG editor when you change
> to a new line in IE. It seems ridiculous. It's totally what you see
> and what you won't get. Please let me know if I am wrong.
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