Mozedit 0.1 Alpha for Mozilla Firebird

Friday September 12th, 2003

Mark Bokil writes: "I wrote a Notepad-like text editor extension for Firebird. It provides easy editing access to userChrome.css and userContent.css files, buffers similar to Emacs, document history, UI font/color options, and in-line HTML rendering preview, plus access to the JavaScript Console. This is a 0.1 alpha release of Mozedit for Firebird. It currently has dependencies on JSLib. Give it a whirl and let me know what you think."

#1 can't type

by jilles

Friday September 12th, 2003 6:55 AM

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I installed it and gave it a try. It looks like something I could use. A xul based text/programming editor would come in handy for webdevelopment.

However, at the moment I can't type into the textarea (nothing happens on the screen when I type). I can open files but they seem to be read-only. Anyway, it is all alpha stuff so I understand.

Here's some feature ideas: - context menu item for links: "open in mozilla editor" - load the mozilla editor in a tab (or even the sidebar) instead of a window - or use tabs in the mozilla editor for multiple buffers