HTML editor

Eric Stadtherr estadtherr at gmail.com
Fri Sep 15 18:43:29 CEST 2006


It would be easy enough to add a $CONFIG variable to control whether the HTML editor is allowed or not, but I chose a "leave it off by default but let users turn it on" approach (similar to Net at ddress's free webmail service).

How does everyone else feel about this?

-Eric


On Fri, 15 Sep 2006 10:06:41 -0500, chasd at silveroaks.com wrote:
>> I just committed my changes to integrate the TinyMCE editor into
>> RoundCube for HTML editing. The Subversion revision is 345. Everything
>> should be pretty seamless, but please note the following:
>>
>>    * To enable use of the editor for composing HTML messages, check the
>>      "Use HTML Editor" box in the Settings page
> 
> It would be nice to have an admin override in the config file to not
> allow that choice.
> Some of us old farts think styled e-mail is a scourge that is surpassed
> in disdain only by the plague known as TNEF.
> 
> 
> Charles Dostale
> System Admin - Silver Oaks Communications
> http://www.silveroaks.com/
> 824 17th Street, Moline  IL  61265
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