[wp-testers] Writing without WYSIWYG
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Tue Dec 13 00:39:22 GMT 2005
yes, its a good idea to write a on the fly switch plugin with ajax... who
can do this?!
On 12/12/05, Mark Jaquith <mark.wordpress at txfx.net> wrote:
> Vlad may have been talking about an on-the-fly switch, which will NOT
> be included in WP 2.0
> If no one else steps up, I'll be making a plugin for this,
> eventually. I'm thinking that the easier way would just be to have a
> button that saves the entry, switches your preference, and reloads
> the entry. You'd essentially just be putting the option on each edit
> page, to make it easier to switch back and forth on the fly.
> save/reload... someday.
> On Dec 9, 2005, at 3:06 PM, Vladimir Simovic aka Perun wrote:
> > Hi,
> > is there any Possibilty to write Postings and Pages in classical
> > way: without WYSIWYG-Editor ?
> > For me and for some of my Clients is the Writing in the "old" Way
> > (with Quicktags) better: because cleaner and simplier.
> > Are there any Plans for "switch from WYSIWYG to Quicktags"-
> > Button ... maybe as a Plugin?
> > Greetings
> > Vlad
> > --
> > www.perun.net | www.vlad-design.de
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