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#21 2007-12-23 05:36:23

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Re: hak_textile_tags

I don’t understand how to use this plugin. Can someone help? Where do I place the tags?


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#22 2007-12-23 15:51:38

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Re: hak_textile_tags

  1. Install hak_textile_tags
  2. Activate it
  3. Place <txp:hak_textile_tag /> to your form named commet_form

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#23 2007-12-23 16:43:10

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Re: hak_textile_tags

Looking into one of these plugins right now – I take it hak_textile_tags is for the comment form on the front end, and upm_quicktags is for the admin side?

Any other recommendations? hak_tinymce eats up TXP tags as I understand it, so I can’t use that. Basic need is to make it easier for editors on the backend to use Textile.


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#24 2007-12-24 05:45:44

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Re: hak_textile_tags

Originally there was supposed to be an admin version of hak_textile_tags (it’s actually coded) I decided it was better to implement it as part of upm_quicktags so that people didn’t have to chose. The textile implementation is not complete becuade when it was written there were certain limitations with upm_quicktags. It never seemed to garner much interest so I never went back and fixed. It would be fairly easy to fix or to release the admin version of hak_textile_tags


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#25 2007-12-24 07:23:37

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Re: hak_textile_tags

Would that be possible? Have a client who is asking for a WYSIWYG editor, but I prefer not to use it since TXP tags are not accepted. A good admin textile tool that avoids the need to look up textile attributes would be wonderful.

Note: I have not played with upm_quicktags yet.


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#26 2007-12-24 21:17:36

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Re: hak_textile_tags

upm_quicktags should do what you want. The underlying tech is the same. Try the textile add on for upm_quicktags its essentially the same thing as this plugin. If it works I’d be happy to finish the implementation. Right now images and links don’t generate textile.


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#27 2007-12-24 21:32:44

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Re: hak_textile_tags

Thanks Patrick I will download upm_quicktags and check it out….


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#28 2007-12-25 08:45:03

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Re: hak_textile_tags

Thanks for the tip Patrick, I think upm_quicktags is fine. Just missing the theme buttons – the link on Mary’s page is not working. I’ll post there about that.

How does your admin version of hak_textile_tags differ in terms of functionality? I have wet_quicklink for article insertion, but Textile for images and other links would be perfect.


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