New install of Radiant here, 0.9.1; extensions show Textile 1.0 (and other filters too of course). My problem is: I edit a page, and change the Filter from <none> to Textile, click Save changes; then I edit the page again, and I still see straight html. Textile is a wysiwyg editor, right? So I should not be seeing html, right? My guess is that I have hosed up the install somehow. This guess is further supported by the fact that I have broken image links for the up and down arrows in the Content page. Any snippets of advice appreciated.
on 2010-12-10 17:28
on 2010-12-10 17:37
On 10 Dec 2010, at 15:56, lmorris99 wrote: > New install of Radiant here, 0.9.1; > extensions show Textile 1.0 (and other filters too of course). > > My problem is: > I edit a page, and change the Filter from <none> to Textile, click > Save changes; > then I edit the page again, and I still see straight html. > > Textile is a wysiwyg editor, right? So I should not be seeing html, > right? No, that's all as it should be. There are extensions that will give you that sort of translated view - last time I needed one, tinypaper looked best - but the textile and markdown filters don't work that way. They allow you to use different kinds of shorthand  in order to simplify what you have to type and edit, but they don't interpret it for you as you go along. It can be difficult to persuade word processor users of the benefits of textile or markdown, but if you're used to code you'll probably find it very pleasing. Give yourself a chance to get used to it before you go back to wysinwyg. best, will  http://ext.radiantcms.org/extensions/178-tiny-paper  http://redcloth.org/textile and http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/
on 2010-12-11 00:53
Does anyone have step by step instructions for using 'mailer' and 'forms' to create an assessment form that gets sent to a certain email. It would be most helpful if this form could be paginated. Thanks