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WYSIWYG Editor

 
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Does JForum have an editor mode that is commonly called "what you see is what you get?" This is where the text is formatted while typing. So, if I wanted something bolded, I would see text . Instead, it would just be bolded.

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There is nothing "out of the box"... but a little searching thru the forums for WYSIWIG articles turned up:

http://www.jforum.net/posts/list/15/1796.page#8449

This assumes that your "forum power users" don't want to use any fancy BB Codes.

A possible alternative to this might be the tinyMCE editor which has a BBCodes plug in.
[originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
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