It's not an issue of sensitivity, only a matter of standing for what is right. If someone was erroneously slandering you, I would stand up for you, as well. It's my nature to not sit idly by as so many in today's world do on a plethora of issues. As far as enthusiasm goes... sure I am enthusiastic because HTMLeditor is, in my opinion, far better than the former iRite was.
I am not even sure what you are referring to, here... are you saying users could not add links within the WYSIWYG editor? Are you sure you asked the question correctly when you asked for support... from what is sounds like, it seems as if your users are having trouble with basic Word processing skills... at least that's what I perceive from the statement.
Again, I don't know what you mean my OSX users server setup... I am an OSX user... the extension is not dependent on server type. You add the instance of the editor to your PHP pages... it's not something you install to the server.
OK... but it's not as if WA said it did... that's also in the past. HTMLEditor, the product we are talking about, DOES support file upload and advanced file management allowing you to do a number of things like delete, crop, resize, rotate, duplicate, and on and on.
We're not talking about Interakts KTML and if you are trying somehow say what KTML did 3 years ago correlates to HTMLeditor in today's world, that just doesn't make any sense. And further, if you were so enamored with that KTML, why did you even bother to get anything else?
Not to mention, I have set up HTMLeditor on 5 different sites - all with the advanced file manager - and have had ZERO problems with paths or any other automatic set up in the dialog boxes.
Judging by what messages? It is well supported... please show me one person's support question that was not answered.