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Sep 29, 2005, 12:15 PM

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Editize Can't Post

I've been using htmlarea for years. I love it, and so do the clients I set up with it. BUT - I've run into a project where we know that we'll have an equal amount of Mac users and PC users running IE, Mozilla and Safari. htmlarea won't work for this application. I am not having a lot of luck tracking down wysiwyg add-ons that will handle Mac users at all. Editize looks good - though the java installing is going to be a turn off from the outset. Turned me off right away. Otherwise though, Editize seems like it does what htmlarea does, with (I hate to say it b/c I do love htmlarea) a lot less code clutter to boot.

I didn't find much in terms of reviews on Editize in this forum. I know the licensing/cost is an issue. Otherwise though, does anyone have experience with Editize? More than a numerical rating -- what do you think about this editor? Worth the money and the java install? I really appreciate your insight. And if you have another editor recommendation for Mac access, that info is very welcome. Thanks!

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Sep 29, 2005, 5:24 PM

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Re: [tinawina] Editize [In reply to] Can't Post

There are lots of options for Firefox/Mozilla (some are free and/or Javascript-based) which should work the same on the Mac as on PC.

Haven't heard much about Editize either way, I'm afraid.

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