ringmaster at midnightcircus.com
Sat Sep 16 15:15:04 GMT 2006
Robert Deaton wrote:
>> Toggling the editor on the write page won't affect the persistent
>> setting? I'm not saying it should, but I'm interested in hearing ideas
>> on why it should/should not.
> I don't think it should. If you choose not to have it on, I'd rather
> not have to wait for all of TinyMCE to load just so that I could
> switch it back on on-the-fly.If its off, its off. If its on, well, I
> guess you can switch it on the fly? I'm still not sure why we're
> switching on the fly, but I say if its off, its off.
Perhaps I'll clarify with a list-
Option A: Editor loads based on user page option. Regardless of loaded
editor, toggle on write page allows switching to other editor. The
toggled state is not used to change the user page option.
Option B: Regardless of the loaded editor, the toggle on write page
allows switching to other editor. The toggled state changes the stored
preference so that subsequent loads use the toggled state. There is no
user page option.
Option C: Editor loads based on user page option. Only TinyMCE allows
toggling to a textarea editor. This toggle does not change the user
There are sure to be a few other combinations, but these few are what I
considered sane. What are the pros and cons of each?
Eliminating an obscurely located user option checkbox and simplifying
the concept of what happens when you toggle the editor leads me to
believe Option B is a good choice. Your thoughts?
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