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  • WYSIWYG Editor. Problems on Os X & Safari browser

    Hello,

    At the moment, I work with Safari browser on Os X.2.6 (mac)
    ( http://www.apple.com/safari/ )

    I have few problems and I want to notify them on this forum because I'm not sure that alls are Bugs

    1 - The Table
    Please see the attachment. I suggest color and design can be more "finished". Such as thoses buttons : "#" & "<>" witch are transparents gifs with white border on them...


    2 - Alignments
    In the screenie, you can see that I have 2 icons to align on left and one to right. But I cannot see those to align "center" and when I click on the second icon, it will write the center tag

    3 - Do colors can be translated now ?

    4 - Rapidity on writing
    On PCs, you can select one part of text, and click in the Bold Case to add automatically tags. On Safari you can't. It doesn't work. If you click, it will opened the window to add your bold text.

    I want to congratulate all the Staff for his work on it. It is very usefull now.
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  • #2
    I dont have safari to test with so I am no aware if it allows you to get selected text.

    We are limitd by the documentation and what the browser provides. I will go test konqueror downstairs.

    What two cons are you meaning?
    Scott MacVicar

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    • #3
      1 - Right, so you would like those two icons to have the white shadow removed: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/image...yg/vB_Code.gifhttp://www.vbulletin.com/forum/image...yg/vB_HTML.gif ?

      2 - You see this icon http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/image...ustifyLeft.gif instead of this one: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/image...tifyCenter.gif?

      3 - No, colors cannot yet be translated I think. But I requested to have the word "Color:" being translatable.
      ( Scott, see : http:// ... /vb3/showpost.php?p=111 on the wysiwyg board)
      ( Corbu, see : http:// ... /test/showpost.php?p=1531 on the translation board)

      4 - To automatically add tags around text, it works with both IE and Mozilla on Windows. Do you know about a board where it works for Mac / Safari ?
      Lumina, aventurière des mondes fantastiques et petite rédactrice au grand cœur
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      • #4
        Here is a bug. The images from my previous post were being transformed into URLs.

        [edit]

        Ah oups... [IMG] code is off.
        Last edited by Lumina; Wed 27th Aug '03, 9:58am.
        Lumina, aventurière des mondes fantastiques et petite rédactrice au grand cœur
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        • #5
          [img] code is off in this forum.

          Not a bug.

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          • #6
            please work better in testing with Safari Browser because almost of Mac Users used it now.

            Thanks

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            • #7
              its not testing thats the problem its the lack of documentation.

              IE has MSDN which has thousands of pages of documentation and Mozilla has hundreds of pages as well.

              If safari has the same resource that could explain this to the developers then i would gladly use it.
              Scott MacVicar

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              • #8
                Hum Hum.. I'm testing mac pre-releases applications for us. When We do this, we will get an apple CD for Developers.
                I wish a documentation will be include. I will notify you if there is one, instead of that, I will ask directly support Developers for Macs.

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                • #9
                  Ok I have found this :
                  http://www.macedition.com/cb/resourc...sssupport.html
                  Does it helps you ?

                  I'm searching against...

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                  • #10
                    Nope Corbu. It has absolutly nothing to do with CSS.

                    To give you an example:ps: it is "again", not "against".
                    Last edited by Lumina; Thu 28th Aug '03, 1:39am.
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                    • #11
                      Since I run a Mac support forum, I'm also interested that vB3 gives Mac users the best possible usability. Safari is Apple's new web browser. Built around the KHTML open source project and I believe that Safari shortly will be the standard browser for most Mac OS x users. The actual release is 1.0 (v.85).

                      I think the fact that most of the vbulletin developers do not have mac's available for testing purposes and the insufficient documentation, makes it urgently necessary, that we, the vbulletin mac admins and users spend some time to support the vb dev team to make vB3 the most mac friendly community software available.

                      AS a member of the Apple Developer Connection I have also access to Mac OS X and Safari prebuilds. So I can test the latest vB3 Builds with the newest osx and safari builds on a vB3 test board.

                      If my assistance is desired, I am gladly ready to test vB3 with Apple's Safari and I would be pleased additionally, even if other mac user take part.

                      In the meantime I post some useful safari development links:


                      Safari Resources for Web Developers
                      http://developer.apple.com/internet/safari.html

                      Safari Developer FAQ
                      http://developer.apple.com/internet/safari_faq.html

                      CSS Support in Safari
                      http://developer.apple.com/internet/css/safari_css.html

                      Safari Homepage
                      http://www.apple.com/safari/


                      With best regards,

                      r.cakir

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                      • #12
                        Thanks I'll read that now and i plan to do some testing with konqueror downstairs.

                        Else I could go buy a mac for testing purposes
                        Scott MacVicar

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                        • #13
                          Here here!

                          I was just about to write about Safari basically using KHTML but you beat me to it

                          And also - Apple seem to be adding stuff to Safari faster than you can say vBulletin 4... so maybe if enough people submit bug reports (as Apple left a lovely Bug report button on the toolbar) as I have mentioning the WYSIWYG editor and the vBulletin forum URL as the url to test it... they might fix it for us without stuffing around vBulletin devs too much
                          RussellGreenwood
                          http://forums.buffydownunder.com

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Scott MacVicar
                            Thanks I'll read that now and i plan to do some testing with konqueror downstairs.

                            Else I could go buy a mac for testing purposes
                            Apple has made a ton of improvements and changes to the KHTML engine used in Safari. These changes have not been implemented in Konqueror at this time, and some of them may never be implemented. So while Safari is based on the same rendering engine as Konqueror, the two browsers actually do things differently.
                            Translations provided by Google.

                            Wayne Luke
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                            • #15
                              WTF has happened to the reply textbox?!?

                              I'm using Camino on OSX and this textbox is unusable all of a sudden (could have been in past few months, not sure how long ago since I posted here from my PowerBook). I can't even get a flashing cursor in it, only the subject textbox.

                              I've had to fire up that piece of crap known as Internet Explorer in order to post this reply.

                              Camino is based on Mozilla's engine.

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