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#73 2015-10-15 11:52:04

hcgtv
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

wet wrote #295792:

Is this a license to be taken seriously, or would we just shrug at it, look aside and happily intgrate it in our free and libre product?

We touched on WYSIWYG editors in a thread a while back and I did some research.

I settled on Summernote, I like the devs behind it, and it works great with Bootstrap.

Edit: Here’s a list of JavaScript WYSIWYG editors.

Last edited by hcgtv (2015-10-15 12:05:33)

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#74 2015-10-15 12:24:50

philwareham
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

Cheers Bert, I will check those all out. I favour the kind of approach of SimpleMDE (although that is obviously Markdown only).

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#75 2015-10-15 12:43:41

sacripant
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

Hello,

I discovered this topic, could someone explain to me what is the idea behind the acquisition of a Redactor license? I’ve not found when browsing this topic.

  • How will be integrated Redactor to Textpattern?
    • In the core to provide an additional option for Textile?
    • In the core to replace Textile?
    • Create an “official” plugin?
  • Who will be responsible for code and maintain to run Redactor with Txp images ( and links, files?) and propose a preferences panel to customize the editor?

Sorry to ask a follow-up session.

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#76 2015-10-15 12:57:09

philwareham
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

sacripant wrote #295795:

I discovered this topic, could someone explain to me what is the idea behind the acquisition of a Redactor license?

The need for a decent editor solution in the write panel. However, on closer inspection the Redactor licence is not a good fit for our project. Other solutions will be investigated.

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#77 2015-10-15 13:58:38

michaelkpate
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

hcgtv wrote #295793:

I settled on Summernote, I like the devs behind it, and it works great with Bootstrap.

Summernote seems to be aimed mostly at HTML although there is a discussion of Markdown support

I followed the link in that discussion to StackEdit, which has had some discussion of adding non-Markdown rendering.

I don’t have a preference at this point as long as it supports Tabs – I get tired of copying and pasting them.

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#78 2015-10-15 14:03:20

sacripant
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

philwareham wrote #295796:

The need for a decent editor solution in the write panel.

:) Thanks Phil. I know that is not for worsen the write panel.

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#79 2015-10-15 14:31:17

jpdupont
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

hcgtv wrote #295793:

I settled on Summernote, I like the devs behind it, and it works great with Bootstrap.

It must use Bootstrap : see the includes libraries, in the getting started docs :

Summernote uses open source libraries(jQuery, Bootstrap, font-awesome).

Very bad …

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#80 2015-10-15 14:57:03

uli
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

I just arbitrarily visited two demos of that list: Minislate is for HTML-Editing, too, Quill doesn’t come with H1-n tagging. Two less to check, Phil.

Maybe some more of you have made observations to post in order to spare Phil some time?

Also, perhaps Petri/kuo is an intersting person to approach after having created some WYSIWIG plugins.


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#81 2015-10-15 15:01:24

michaelkpate
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

I found markitup by stalking Phil on Github.

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#82 2015-10-15 15:08:06

philwareham
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

michaelkpate wrote #295803:

I found markitup by stalking Phil on Github.

:)

Stef likes that script too, and it supports Textile natively. Could be a contender.

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#83 2015-10-15 15:11:39

NicolasGraph
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

philwareham wrote #295794:

I favour the kind of approach of SimpleMDE (although that is obviously Markdown only).

This approach looks great to me too. User friendly but still constant (not sure it’s the word…) with the Textpattern/Textile philosophy.

michaelkpate wrote #295803:

I found markitup by stalking Phil on Github.

There was joh_admin_markitup and I think I even saw something newer… I will look after it.

Last edited by NicolasGraph (2015-10-15 15:32:58)


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#84 2015-10-15 15:18:49

NicolasGraph
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Re: Summer 2015 fund raiser for Textpattern

NicolasGraph wrote #295807:

I will look after it.

See here.
Does anyone already used it?

Edit: what does it do that rah_textile_bar don’t do?

Last edited by NicolasGraph (2015-10-15 15:37:49)


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