i answered this to somebody else via regular email, should’ve copied it
to the list…
The ‘catch’ is that you first have to activate a container in WYM by
clicking it, so you get the blinking cursor in there. Now you should be
able to drop images to it. Beware; any html attributes that were given
to the page_attachment thumbnail will also be copied to the wym one.
As for non-image drag & dropping, it works, but not on IE, and you need
a little tweaking. see http://pastie.caboo.se/145546 for our
You’ll need to finish a bit to your likings, but i’m sure the pastie
explains everything. The point is that you need a link to drag and drop
IE doesn’t allow you to d&d files because it doesn’t allow to paste
links into wym. That’s what you do when you d&d a file; you again copy
the image (file icon) and the tags that it has around it to the
editor. You can then start typing the link text, and leave or delete the
Adding Radius tags seems to be allowed only in the code view, and
editing these tags is difficult because WYMeditor adds a custom
to support tags appearing in the editor window.
Indeed, you can’t really insert radius through wym. When a page needs
radius, i switch it back to filter. If the page is mostly radius,
i leave it like that, if it’s a page that the end user might want to
edit, i put it back to wym.
WYM doesn’t work on safari indeed, but we don’t see that as a problem.
If we would have any clients on safari, i wouldn’t mind suggesting they
switch to firefox. It’s still a back-end after all, and wym can be a
great help to keep the front-end accessible for all browsers.
hope that clears things up a bit…