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<pre wrap="">Gets my vote (or ckeditor ?) - can't stand the ribbon mess.
Maybe you should have hung in there... Messy or not people HTML
mail users want an intuitive interface where they can easily use
and define styles without having to know CSS. And you can only do
this if you offer an interface that defines styles and is easily
extendable. It is a typical thing to say "I do not like X" and "I
like the look of that, because I know it" without looking at the
actual requirements people have. <br>
Replacing one interface with another which gives you the same
basic functionality of inserting predefined tags was not what I
was proposing. I am proposing full access to the powers that CSS
gives and a very simple interface to redefine the css attributes
without prior knowledge of CSS or HTML.<br>
In the corporate sector people take this pretty much for granted.
Click a style, define it, use it everywhere. Whether you call it
Ribbon or have separate toolbars / areas / for the various styles
is just a design detail, and can be maybe solved in a better way.
however what we have now on the formatting bar is not good enough.
And the markup it creates is not up to date, we do not want to
create endless cascades of <font> <big> <small>
etc, and put a lot of pain into making an email layout.<br>
In its most minimal form imagine you can define <h1> with a
default look (could be based on the tag or on a class) and you are
able to reuse that on any email you write. The interface just has
to be easy to use and enticing enough so people start using it and
panels with preview styles are the most intuitive way to offer
this to the users.<br>
On 14/02/2014 15:31, John Crisp wrote:<br>
<pre wrap="">On 11/02/14 18:13, Tanstaafl wrote:
> On 2014-02-08 4:33 PM, <a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a> <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:email@example.com"><firstname.lastname@example.org></a> wrote:
>> Also the composer (current, improved or replaced) has to be integrated
>> very much with the rest of the TB code, /how about using an existing
>> HTML composer and make it work with TB. /
> Something like:
> <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.tinymce.com/">http://www.tinymce.com/</a>
Gets my vote (or ckeditor ?) - can't stand the ribbon mess. That's when
I stopped using Office....
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