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The rss_admin_resize plugin allows you to customize the size of the primary textareas and input fields while editing articles, pages, styles and forms. Your settings can be completely customized on a new tab that will be added to your admin interface (admin -> resize). If you work on multiple computers you’ll be able to customize the sizing for each to maxmize your workspace. The plugin has been tested out in Firefox, Opera, and even appears to work in IE.
Last edited by wilshire (2005-10-29 16:32:43)
Nice work, thanks a lot.
Since you are at it, I have a question :p Would it be difficult for an admin plugin to add text inside the tab’s page content ?
I would like to add text (and hyperlink) mainly in the writers/authors areas (article tab, files, links, etc.) to give advice, explain things, rules, and so on.
I was going to hack the files, but if a admin plugin could do it that would be much better.
In short, yes, thats exactly how plugins such as this one or rss_admin_quikpik work.
wilshire,this is great,besides this being a wonderfull plugin it resolved a nasty problem that I had with the font-size in (ONly Firefox)Presentation>pages>texterea .I have been fiddling around with the texterea function and textpattern.css,I have been scratching my head repeatedly,
Now I have a font-size that is readable without a microscope,5 stars
Thanks a lot for this wonderfull plugin
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Yeah I had the same issue, marios, and also I wanted to modify the excerpt area size, so this will come in very handy !
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Great plugin, wilshire.
One issue: in Opera 8beta3 the resizing doesn’t work for all input fields. The title works ok, but article and excerpt textareas don’t.
Perhaps (I haven’t tested it) it’s the input elements that work and textareas that don’t.
Last edited by andreas (2005-04-15 10:41:46)
Awesome plugin wilshire. It really helps alot :)
One thing though, is it also possible to change the font used in the textarea boxes?