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v. 3.0 RC1 and Image Editor ?


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scapingborg
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Mar 6, 2004, 11:57 AM

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v. 3.0 RC1 and Image Editor ? Can't Post

Hi everyone !

I've successfully installed HTMLArea 3.0 RC-1, and only afterwards have I discovered Wei's Image Manager and Image Editor (included in HTMLArea Beta).

Can I use the directories "Image Editor" and "Image Manager" (within the "Popups" directory with HTMLArea 3.0 RC-1 ? If not, is it because htmlarea.js has been modified in a way that it does not complies with Image Editor and Image Manager ?

Thanks very much for your help !


Dominique


maxindiana
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Mar 7, 2004, 12:39 PM

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Re: [scapingborg] v. 3.0 RC1 and Image Editor ? [In reply to] Can't Post

Indeed Dominique, I'm also looking for such an implentation. Does anybody know where we could find it ? Or has anybody tried to make it work with RC-1 ?

Thanx for all the developers who have created and maintained HTMLArea.

Max


arjan
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Mar 10, 2004, 6:12 AM

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Re: [scapingborg] v. 3.0 RC1 and Image Editor ? [In reply to] Can't Post

I've tried it myself, and it's actually quite simple.

Get the latest .zip from WEI (I used htmlarea_wei_09_09_2003.zip), and unpack it.
Now copy the ImageManager and ImageEditor directories from the popups directory to the popups directory in your new RC1 installation. Then copy the two files insert_image.php and insert_image.html from the WEI version to your new popups.
The last thing to do is editing your new editor.js, search for occurrences of 'insert_image.html' and replace them with 'insert_image.php'.
That's all!!
Now it should work like a charm! (at least it does with me)

Greetings, Arjan

 
 
 


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