[Fwd: Revision 346]

Thomas Bruederli roundcube at gmail.com
Tue Sep 19 20:27:08 CEST 2006


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I can confirm these issues, the TinyMCE dialogs don't have CSS styles as
well as the editor on the identities page.

Regards,
Thomas


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Revision 346
Date: 	Sat, 16 Sep 2006 15:22:55 +0530
From: 	Nipun Jain <jain.nipun at gmail.com>
To: 	Roundcube Mail List <users at lists.roundcube.net>



I am currently testing revision 346 and found these bugs:

1. Spell check doesn't work with html messages. It is greyed out
(disabled) when in main.inc.php, the value is set to true for enable
spellcheck.

2. If enable spell check is set to false, the spell check icon, though
faded out still appears on the compose screen, whereas setting enable
spellcheck as false should completely remove this icon.

3. On the save identity page, if HTML signature is clicked, the Rich
Text Area that opens up is hardly visible, its background and border
being the same color as the rest of the page. One has to assume that
this area is meant to write your signature and once you write in it,
only then a scroll bar appears which makes it somewhat separate from the
rest of the form.

4. In Internet Explorer 6, when a HTML message is composed, the
signatures are not inserted into the message automatically. There is no
such problem is Firefox 1.5

5. In Firefox 1.5, clicking on some of the TinyMCE icons such as smilies
opens up a pop up window, which cannot be re sized and whose content
don't fit into the screen that has opened. There is no way to scroll and
hence the content is cut. In case of smilies, I can only see one column
of smilies. There is no such problem in Internet Explorer 6.

These are the bugs which I found out in my initial testing of revision
346 of the RoundCube SVN. I will post more if I find any. The developers
are requested to see if they can reproduce these errors and if they can,
try to fix them in future revisions.

Regards,
Nipun Jain.




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