[OT]Anybody using YUI Rich Text Editor

I’m currently using TinyMCE, but frustrated by the lack of support for
Safari. Anybody tried it? Hated it? Loved it?

Cheers
Chris

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On Wed, Oct 17, 2007 at 01:31:34PM +0100, Chris T wrote:

I’m currently using TinyMCE, but frustrated by the lack of support for
Safari. Anybody tried it? Hated it? Loved it?

I know of no OSS or otherwise freely available WYSIWYG editor that
supports
Safari well, since Safari’s support for the underlying JS API is
lacking.
This may or may not be improving with Safari 3 (part of Leopard). I know
of
one commercial WYSIWYG that provides full support for Safari (somehow),
Asbrusoft’s editor http://editor.asbrusoft.com/, and their prices are
very reasonable. I haven’t tried actually integrating it into a Rails
app,
however. I haven’t even fully evaluated it. I’m just aware of it and
that
it support Safari well (go ahead, try their demo under Safari).

Cheers
Chris
–Greg

That was my always my understanding, then came across this post on
Ajaxian:

http://ajaxian.com/archives/tales-of-the-rich-text-editor-and-safari-support

Quick test on the examples seems to work for me on Safari 2.

Gregory S. wrote:

Asbrusoft’s editor http://editor.asbrusoft.com/, and their prices are

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