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Civility in critiquing the ideas of others is no vice. Rudeness in defending your own ideas is no virtue.


Wed 8 Dec 2004, 08:24 PM
Over on codestore.net, Jake Howlett posted an article on Domino Rich Text in the Browser, Advanced, in which he says
The last article I wrote - Domino Rich Text In The Browser - introduced the idea of editing WYSIWYG HTML in the browser without needing to use any Java applets. The text was stored as PassThru HTML, giving the appearance of native Rich Text. It wasn't quite the Holy Grail of being able to edit native Rich Text in both the client and a browser without losing any formatting. However, if your users don't use the client, it's a nice solution and worthy of a read.
A pretty good article, but what about that that line?
It wasn't quite the Holy Grail of being able to edit native Rich Text in both the client and a browser without losing any formatting.
Isn't it about time we did something about that?  Watch this space for details.

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