[Scottish] Anybody know a good text editor which can run in a browser

Ben Thorp THORPB at uk.ibm.com
Wed May 12 08:55:47 BST 2004

Mozilla was floating a rich text editor demo about
(http://mozilla.org/editor/midasdemo/) - I'm not sure if this is what you
are after, but you never know.

Of course - you could always surf in Emacs.........

Ben Thorp

scottish-bounces at mailman.lug.org.uk wrote on 11-05-2004 23:14:32:

> Hi all,
> The subject says it all really - I want to be able to edit some text
> actually) from a browser and post the data back to the server. I guess
> is the kind of thing which Java should be good for but typing 'Java code
> editor applet' into Google turns up a LOT of noise (mostly tools for
> java applets - not java applets for editing text).
> There are no end of WYSIWYG editors (actually most of them are buttons
> in front of the editor buit-in to Microsoft's IE) but I really want to
> PHP and javascript.
> I did find netedit which is little more than a textarea with buttons on
> (http://www.chipsoftinc.com/products/netEdit/). ViD looked promising
> (http://www.oursland.net/vid/) but I don't get the cursor in the right
> in any of the browsers I've tried.
> TIA,
> Colin
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