[Xerte-dev] Re: Editor
Inge Donkervoort 12Change
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Tue Oct 8 00:22:58 BST 2013
Really like to hear about the work that John did :)
People want to change the colours and buttons. I have to look into using
the stylesheet a bit more. Haven't have time for that....
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Op 7-10-2013 16:03, Julian Tenney schreef:
> There is a desire to change the editor to one written in HTML5 and get
> rid of the Flash one. I think John has got some progress with it, but
> it's quite a bit of work.
> Personally I think it would be very hard to do WYSIWYG and maintain
> the flexibility of the authoring tool.
> What do you mean by 'change the design'?
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> *Subject:* [Xerte-dev] Editor
> I heard there are 'plans' for a another editor in Xerte/XOT
> (wysiwyg?). Does anyone have information for me about that? I ask
> this because it's the number 1 question for people working with XOT.
> Number two is the possibility to change the design ;)...
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