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Introduction to Mozile Inline Editor

Thursday October 16th, 2003

The O'Reilly Network Mozilla DevCenter has an article on Mozile, an inline WYSIWYG editor add-on for Mozilla. The Mozile site features more information, including a demo.


#1 MozDev down?

by Juan_Rey

Friday October 17th, 2003 12:36 AM

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Is it just me or is MozDev down?

#2 It's up

by Anthracks

Friday October 17th, 2003 11:21 AM

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For some reason my ISP had the wrong DNS entry for MozDev for a few months, perhaps that's what's happening to you.

#3 Reply

by Racer

Friday October 17th, 2003 12:47 PM

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If that is the case, try <http://167.206.76.23/> - it worked for me.

#9 Re: Reply

by Juan_Rey

Tuesday October 21st, 2003 2:47 AM

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thx!

#4 Re: MozDev down?

by aldo_ <mozilla@martinalderson.co.uk>

Friday October 17th, 2003 5:33 PM

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It's just really slow for me :(.

#5 title

by afree87 <afree87@netscape.net>

Friday October 17th, 2003 5:42 PM

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I like how Mozile is important enough to be in the main builds, but MNG isn't.

#7 Re: Does MZ ignore inconvenient news?

by borggraefe

Saturday October 18th, 2003 1:00 PM

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Mozile is not in the main builds. It's a mozdev project.

#6 lkjlsadf

by macewan

Friday October 17th, 2003 5:42 PM

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This is an exellent tool! *disclaimer: I've been follow this project from the beginning ;)*

If you've ever wanted to have a wysiwyg text area editing tool, this is it.

:)

#8 eDom vs. Midas

by olavk

Sunday October 19th, 2003 6:39 AM

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Doesn't eDom overlap functionality in Midas? eDom supports editable regions while Midas does not, OTOH Midas doesn't require a switch to caret browsing, which eDom does. It would be really nice to have combination of eDom and Midas, which allowed editable regions but didn't require a switch to caret browsing.