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HTML Editor 3 Feature Request

Thread began 6/25/2011 4:38 am by neo314 | Last modified 6/25/2011 4:38 am by neo314 | 555 views | 0 replies


HTML Editor 3 Feature Request

It would be nice if HTML Editor 3 allowed you to add plugins so that they would not be destroyed anytime you edit the editor settings.

I can think of several ways this could be done. If the front tab of the presets had an input box for plugins to include as a comma separated list, that would be the easiest answer.

You could also scan the plugins directory and offer plugins which are not enabled as a multi-select box and then even include the choices on the Toolbar Tab for those plugins with Toolbar commands.

It would be nice if the extension opened itself to the open source nature of the tools being used. There are a lot of plugins out there people might like to use. I am.

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