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Call for testers: new Online Editor

Call for testers: new Online Editor

Saturday 16 February 2008 7:55:45 pm - 303 replies

Hi all!

eZ Publish Online Editor 5.0 is now completed and included in eZ Publish 4.1.x and higher.

Extension:
http://projects.ez.no/ezoe

SVN:
http://svn.projects.ez.no/ezoe/

Issue tracker:
http://issues.ez.no/IssueList.php?ProjectId=4&ClearOk=1
* tag with the version you use, for instance 5.0.1
* mention svn version if you use svn version
* Remember to specify browser/version/os/javascript error
* Screen shoots if it applies

* Updated 6th of May 2009 with new location of extension (project.ez..no/ezoe) and state of extension.

Modified on Tuesday 11 January 2011 10:00:47 am by Nicolas Pastorino

Saturday 16 February 2008 8:00:07 pm

Damien Pobel did a quick test and you can read more about what his impression where here:
http://pwet.fr/blog/the_new_online_editor_for_ez_publish_beta

To answer his request: Since we forked the advance theme in the editor to be able to do the path modifications and more, this is quite possible!

Saturday 16 February 2008 9:44:11 pm

The default icon layout/line cannot be broken under smaller resolutions. If there isn't enough space, administration interface's structure gets broken. Toggle fullscreen helps the situation, but I don't think that's the expected behavior (FF, IE). I guess that you don't expect feedback on visual part yet, but this one may be a bit more important.

Saturday 16 February 2008 10:08:14 pm

The old OE used to get rid of unnecessary empty lines/paragraphs. This one, when applied to a text previously formatted with OE, leaves lots of:

<p>&nbsp;</p>

When removed with MCE, the spaces do not come back.

Sunday 17 February 2008 12:44:07 am

<i>To answer his request: Since we forked the advance theme in the editor to be able to do the path modifications and more, this is quite possible!</i>
Very happy to read this ! happy.gif Emoticon

Sunday 17 February 2008 10:34:31 pm

>The default icon layout/line cannot be broken under smaller resolutions. If there
> isn't enough space, administration interface's structure gets broken.

It's on my TODO list, its three options as I see it:
* combine most of the table buttons into a drop down menu(saving width).
* detect the window width and switch to a 2 line toolbar layout.
* look into making the menu floating so it will pop down automatically

What would you(all of you) prefer?

>The old OE used to get rid of unnecessary empty lines/paragraphs.
>This one, when applied to a text previously formatted with OE, leaves lots of:
><p> </p>

I experienced this as well on Friday, so I'll look into it as soon as possible.
Report any information / attribute disappearing as those bugs has highest priority..

Monday 18 February 2008 4:43:38 am

<i>It's on my TODO list, its three options as I see it:
* combine most of the table buttons into a drop down menu(saving width).
* detect the window width and switch to a 2 line toolbar layout.
* look into making the menu floating so it will pop down automatically</i>

I'm not sure if a drop-down menu would be as convenient as standard icons. Nevertheless, I would choose an option that secures a scenario with even more icons on the bar, I expect some users to extend its basic state. If there was a way of grouping, so that the line breaks in a planned manner (just like previous OE), it would be best in my opinion.

Monday 18 February 2008 9:08:29 am

Hi André,

there seems to be a <i>width</i>-problem on FireFox on mac. The width is fixed.

Screenshot:
http://intra.dinmat.no/stuff/bilde2.png

Same goes for Safari

Felix

Modified on Monday 18 February 2008 9:11:11 am by Felix Laate

Monday 18 February 2008 12:21:55 pm

Hi André,

my first impressions:

-) Please increase the default text font.

-) You can kill the system if you copy HTML from another IE window to the editor.

Example:

-) Open the editor in IE 7
-) open another tab with e.g. http://www.istsuper.com
-) Strg+A / Strg + C
-) Copy the content in the Editor, Strg+V
-) Save it

Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'DOMException' with message 'Not Found Error' in C:\workspace\gwftest\kernel\classes\datatypes\ezxmltext\ezxmlinputparser.php:1021 Stack trace: #0 C:\workspace\gwftest\kernel\classes\datatypes\ezxmltext\ezxmlinputparser.php(1021): DOMNode->removeChild(Object(DOMElement)) #1 C:\workspace\gwftest\kernel\classes\datatypes\ezxmltext\ezxmlinputparser.php(999): eZXMLInputParser->fixSubtree(Object(DOMElement), Object(DOMElement)) #2 C:\workspace\gwftest\kernel\classes\datatypes\ezxmltext\ezxmlinputparser.php(890): eZXMLInputParser->processBySchemaTree(Object(DOMElement)) #3 C:\workspace\gwftest\kernel\classes\datatypes\ezxmltext\ezxmlinputparser.php(848): eZXMLInputParser->processSubtree(Object(DOMElement), NULL) #4 C:\workspace\gwftest\kernel\classes\datatypes\ezxmltext\ezxmlinputparser.php(848): eZXMLInputParser->processSubtree(Object(DOMElement), Object(DOMElement)) #5 C:\workspace\gwftest\kernel\classes\datatypes\ezxmltext\ezxmlinputparser.php(816): eZXMLInputParser->processSubtree(Object(DOME in C:\workspace\gwftest\kernel\classes\datatypes\ezxmltext\ezxmlinputparser.php on line 1021
Fatal error: eZ Publish did not finish its request

tried on ez 4.0 with ezflow package

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Best wishes,
Georg.

Monday 18 February 2008 12:40:09 pm

Compatibility: only ez 4 ?

Just wondering...

X+

Monday 18 February 2008 12:41:26 pm

Almost missed this one: It's been a move we've been waiting for since a few years ago, congratulations !

X+

Monday 18 February 2008 1:40:29 pm

Today's Community beta build is out:

0.91:
* Load TinyMCE skin from eztinymce.ini
* Make toolbar floating so it wraps on small browser windows / screens
* Fixed empty paragraphs disappearing in Gecko

Piotrek: its a floating toolbar now, so it works a lot better (and it's cleaner then grouping the table buttons together in a drop down like you said ).

Felix: Check if it works better with this build..

Georg Franz: Looks like the same bug I managed to trigger last week in internal testing. It's a eZ Publish 4.0 bug and you can trigger it without the editor with the following code:

<strong><custom name="factbox">Text</custom></strong>

Xavier Dutoit: 4.0 and higher only for now.

Monday 18 February 2008 2:17:16 pm

<i>Felix: Check if it works better with this build..</i>

Not quite, have similar thing when I manipulate browser's size. Basically what I observe is that the textarea box somehow freezes its width once displayed and requires another reload/request to readjust itself to the amount of space available. Not a huge problem, but I would expect the MCE's box react dynamically, especially when I see that it does it perfectly with height parameter.

Other than that, the icons' line breaks great!

Monday 18 February 2008 2:25:41 pm

Hello André,

Thank for this usefull extension.

When you insert an image into xml block that size is bigger than this in php.ini, you have this message in the popup :
upload error: array ( 0 => array ( 'description' =>

Modified on Monday 18 February 2008 2:40:21 pm by Stéphane Bullier

Monday 18 February 2008 2:56:01 pm

Hi Andy,

The problem is still there. The width is fixed and the icon-bar does not break as I make the page smaller.

Tested with Firefox and Safari

Felix

Monday 18 February 2008 3:13:52 pm

Ah, you are talking about window "resizing", this amazing new feature of tomorrow..
I'm aware of that.

Monday 18 February 2008 5:35:42 pm

Hi André,

I've reported the bug:
http://issues.ez.no/IssueView.php?Id=12563&activeItem=1

Monday 18 February 2008 5:57:41 pm

Stéphane Bullier: Fixed in svn, unfinished code there.. Also looks like PHP removes the post variables if they exceed the post max size so had to do things a bit different.

Felix / Piotrek Karaś: Editor set to 100% width now, so resizing works.

Georg Franz: Thanks, I mentioned this for the core guys last week so it's on their roadmap, but I'll send them a link to the issue so they know it is in the issue tracker as well.

Modified on Monday 18 February 2008 6:05:57 pm by André R

Monday 18 February 2008 8:30:10 pm

Miscellaneous stuff:

1) When you double click a word (which you want to get highlighted), the highlight includes the word plus the following space. In my opinion it would be more convenient if the space wasn't included. If that is not customizable - sorry blunk.gif Emoticon

2) Not sure if the default icon set is not missing "indent" and "outdent" icons - for example for list indentation. I know that it can also affect paragraphs, but I don't see how I could edit a nested list without touching HTML tags.

3) Would "find" and "replace" icons cause any problems? What about "non-breakable space"? blunk.gif Emoticon

4) I agree that the MCE's default font could be adjusted to match admin interface's standards.

5) It's great that icons now collapse when there's not enough room. But if it was possible to group them, it would be even better. Some users may find it difficult or annoying not to be able to find or to be forced to reach for just one icon of a given set (for example table set), that ended up in the opposite end of next row.

6) Spelling: Previus=Previous

7) Have no luck trying to insert a link... keeps cutting highlighted text out...

Monday 18 February 2008 11:27:43 pm

Hi again,

now the width works is correct (on Firefox and Safari on mac). On Safari however, there is a new problem. The icons are "not in the right place". They are off having fun vertically on the left hand side of the editor. Have a look here:

http://intra.dinmat.no/stuff/bilde3.png

Another thing: Double-clicking on text works correctly on my system. No aditional space is marked.

Felix

Tuesday 19 February 2008 6:00:02 am

<i>Another thing: Double-clicking on text works correctly on my system. No aditional space is marked.</i>

Yup, that's right. I don't know how I haven't noticed that before, but it doesn't only apply to the MCE, but actually any text in the browser... weird blunk.gif Emoticon

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