handy.solo at gmail.com
Sat Sep 16 15:37:13 GMT 2006
On 9/16/06, Owen Winkler <ringmaster at midnightcircus.com> wrote:
> 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
> page option.
> 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?
I could become a large fan of just about any of these. Option B appeals the
most. I look forward to removing the phrase "Go to Options -> Users, scroll
all the way to the bottom of the page and toggle the "visual rich editor""
from my copy/paste WP Support phrases. :-)
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