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?
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
> 824 17th Street, Moline IL 61265
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