vnwsxu
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2013-08-31T10:53:35Z
I want to add it to tinyMCE on QuickReply.
Who can help me!
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Zero2Cool
2013-08-31T15:36:42Z
Adding some bbcode functionality to the quick reply would be neat.
squirrel
2013-09-06T20:31:09Z
Quick reply supports the BBCodes - at least as far as I've used them - for such as bold / underline - even done some
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this way -- it just doesn't have the 'cheaterbar up top of it' --



Additionally, I don't know if TinyMCE is the best option for a 'quick-reply' - it's a pretty heavy editor to load on every page post, only to be hidden by an 'expanding div' -- that would add a whole lot of traffic to a server - because it wouldn't be caching much of it the way browsers behave -- with each topic having different URLs, TinyMCE would load it's scripts new each time instead of looking at the browser cache. I could be wrong on this but I've seen the behavior with several ClassicASP sites I use. Even with my TinyMCE install in a 'shared' location for my app, on occasion I see it re-pulling all the editor files even though they are already cached at the browser...
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Zero2Cool
2013-09-06T20:32:40Z
Originally Posted by: squirrel 

Quick reply supports the BBCodes - at least as far as I've used them - for such as bold / underline - even done some

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this way -- it just doesn't have the 'cheaterbar up top of it' --



"cheater bar" is what is being asked for by me at least. 🙂
squirrel
2013-09-06T20:35:24Z
I bet there's a way to make it appear without much code modification - not 100% sure tho 🙂 I still owe you a mobile theme or I'd look at the code to see if its modular enough to be added quickly (the cheater bar)

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Zero2Cool
2013-09-06T20:37:24Z
Originally Posted by: squirrel 

I bet there's a way to make it appear without much code modification - not 100% sure tho 🙂 I still owe you a mobile theme or I'd look at the code to see if its modular enough to be added quickly (the cheater bar)



haha if you can't get to it, that's okay, no worries. I think many would get use out of the added BBCode to quickreply whereas the mobile theme only helps me, thus ...

BBCode > mobile theme.

:)
squirrel
2013-09-06T20:43:49Z
I found the 'render controls' part of it -- I gotta look at the quick-reply in the section now to see how it's rendered. They have two text editors - one that is strictly plain text, the other is a BBCodeEditor that states in it's comments it's used with the QuickReply function - will play a little more and see what I can't break!

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bbobb
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2013-09-16T17:10:35Z
This can be really done easy by commention a line of code, but the problem is that it will be loaded every time when page loads, this is too demanding on perfomance.
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