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yes, there is a good one already done on sourceforge that I plan to integrate soon.
I'm really looking forward to use this feature!
What is the name of this good one WYSIWYG Editor? Can you give a more precise time when you think you have integrated it? Or, what do you mean by soon?
I haven't done it yet, now soom means as soon as I have time to do it. I am working hard on forums and don't have very much time to do that. After the forum I plan to redo the HTML module from scratch with that one probably.
Search for htmlarea in sourceforge.net, it's there.
I don't want to be picky, especially since I am not contributing any code to Nukes, but I'd like to point out that htmlArea is Windows/IE only. If you use htmlArea or any of the IE-specific WYSISWIG editors out there, Nukes will become one more "work best with Internet Explorer" product.
Maybe you could also take a look at project 'walter'. It's a newly started cross-platform WYSIWYG project. See http://sourceforge.net/projects/walter/ for more information. A demo of the current code is available at http://walter.sourceforge.net/try/walter.htm . Not very sexy yet, but it does work for non-Windows users.
Take a look there http://dynarch.com/htmlarea/ in version 3.0 htmlarea supports Mozilla 1.3 or higher on any plattform.
But the current beta seems to not run on MozillaFirebird.
I test this from my linux box but with mozilla on windows it does work.
I consider a WYSIWIG editor a a key component for a CMS. The editors of my portal are people that are using compter for office work only, so the tool should really be word style or something.
I checked a few free / open source WYSIWIG editors and most of them offer nice features. htmlare is nice too, but if I checked it right, you can't delete table rows unless you do it in the html source. That's not good.
On creation of content I want to have a table loaded with dummy data, so the user can just replace the date without messing up the view.
Unfortunatelly, most really good editors out there require IE, so that's an issue. The ones that don't, lack of features.
Check out this one:
It's PHP and requires IE 5.5, but having something similar to this would be wonderfull. So if anyone is aware of something like that, please post.
Just my 5 cents