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Using one Toolbar for multiple Textareas


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kempfe
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Jan 3, 2005, 10:17 AM

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Is this possible ?

When yes, how ?!

i would need it for a CMS system where i use inline Administration.

thx for the help


blainegarrett
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Jan 4, 2005, 1:10 PM

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Re: [kempfe] Using one Toolbar for multiple Textareas [In reply to] Can't Post

I need to do the same.
Making the tool bar seems like it would require only a little bit of hacking the code. The main part there is that you seem to not have access to tool bar button functions. These could just as easily be stored in a global array.

The other problem is knowing which htmlarea is in focused. I have no idea for a solution here.

I am hoping they add this stuff to the final release of 3 since I don't want to re-hack the code every time i upgrade.

If anyone has a sol, please email me/.
Blaine Garrett
Chief Web Applications Developer
JR Computer Associates INC
http://jrcorps.com
http://blainegarrett.com


DarrylB
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Jan 6, 2005, 7:15 AM

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i would need it for a CMS system where i use inline Administration.

There are wayyyy too many cms's floating around... Ugh I doubt anything will make the final v. 3 as the final looks as if it will never come. Heck we are still in RC1 after nearly a year!

 
 
 


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