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  • Incorporating the WYSIWYG editor in custom vb-powered pages...

    I'm trying to use the editor in my own custom pages, yet I'm encountering various nasty problems (http://www.writers-summit.com/submissions.php?do=entry).

    Most I have solved so far, but there remains one that I could use a bit of help with:

    When I click on either the font, size or color (and should I have it enabled, the smilie) dropdown icon, the actual popup is misaligned in Mozilla as you can see in the attachment.

    Does anyone know how I can fix this? And please do not tell me to ask on vBulletinTemplates, because that is a dead-end: noone even bothers to reply to any of my questions...

    EDIT: as you can also see in the screenshot, the seperators aren't well-thought-out: they still appear, even though all of the icons between it and the previous seperator are disabled...
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    Last edited by LeeCHeSSS; Fri 23rd Apr '04, 1:45am.

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    Well, I fixed it with a nasty workaround by adding a negative margin for Mozilla.

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