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    WYSIWIG - What You See Is What You Get

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    WYSIWIG - What You See Is What You Get

    Post by Admin on Sun Feb 28, 2010 8:20 pm

    Hello Everyone,

    I got fed up with the codes and smilies posting to the end of the posts while puting them together and have set out to fixing this problem. It may take a little while (if at all) for this to be fixed and allow us to add code/smilies to where you last left the cursor. Untill then I have activated the WYSIWIG Mode as a default...You will notice that such items as image codes, URL codes, and smilies will automatically preview in the post window...also everything will post to where you last left the cursor.

    Let me know how this one goes for you...or...If you wish to turn off the WYSIWIG Mode ...simply press the a/A button at right end of the features panel at the top of the posting window.

    I'm still working on everything functioning properly with the regular posting settings, but as I mentioned it may a while before the host edits the coding.

    Good Day,

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    Re: WYSIWIG - What You See Is What You Get

    Post by Ivo on Sun Oct 24, 2010 10:26 pm

    Revisiting the issue of smilies and other items appearing at the end of the post instead of the cursors last location.
    To resolve this issue, please use the WYSIWYG Mode...to activate it just press this button when writing up a post next time.


    This option allows for a more intuitive use of the toolbar as well as a rough preview of the post that's being written.

    WYSIWYG comes preactivated for new members. As for those of us who were here from the beginning WYSIWYG only needs to be activated once with now need for reactivation.

    WYSIWYG can become deactivated under certain circumstances intentionally or unintentionally...don't panic just press it it again and you're good to go.


    Enjoy,

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