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Timur Junussov 7 years ago in Usability & Interface • updated by Sergey Stukov (co-founder) 6 years ago 13

Wiki confluence like notation, for simple and minimal text formating. Here is sample ( from CONF )

Text formatting
*bold* bold
_italic_ italic
-strike- strike
+under+ under

Headings
h1. Large heading
h3. Medium heading
h5. Small heading

Lists
* Bulleted point
# Numbered point

Tables
||head1 ||head2||
| colA1 | colA2 |
| colB1 | colB2 |

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We are on final stage of implementation basic markup for users & admins.

It's will be wysiwyg editor.
For first time we will add bold,italic,underline,ordered+unordered lists.

We plan to finish this feature within 2 days or even sooner.
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At this moment we on final stage of implementation of following features
1) Nested commenting
2) Sticking important comments at the top of feedback
3) voting for comments

we plan place updates on server within few hours

then we consider about this feature and inform you
OK, and small hint (Notation Guide) should be drawn near input field.
Also we think about placing icons like usual text editor to help user with formatting
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users could only, make text bold,italic,undeline,strike, mark as code, mark as quote, list numbering, list bulleting.

admins could do above mentioned + tables, headers, etc
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It would be really great to have basic formatting functions. Do you have an estimate when this will be available to everyone?
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At this moment we on final stage of implementation of following features
1) Nested commenting
2) Sticking important comments at the top of feedback
3) voting for comments

we plan place updates on server within few hours

then we consider about this feature and inform you
I now discover the previous post about wiki-style markup:
http://feedback.userecho.com/feedback/6350-text-formating-wiki-style-or-rich-edit/

Is there some progress made on this feature?
We increase priority for this feature.
Now we on decision stage, choosing which markup tags will available for users.
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Perhaps take the user-friendly TinyMCE?
http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/

For foolproof easy-editing and saving you lots of custom parsing code.
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Completed
We are on final stage of implementation basic markup for users & admins.

It's will be wysiwyg editor.
For first time we will add bold,italic,underline,ordered+unordered lists.

We plan to finish this feature within 2 days or even sooner.

While this is certainly nice on desktop browsers, now my users can't post and edit feedback items or comments from their iPad anymore because the editor doesn't work in Mobile Safari.

Can you please find a solution to this problem soon? This is especially bad because my userecho forum is for an iPad app...

Maybe you could deactivate the WYSIWYG editor on mobile browsers (iOS, Android) and use a regular text field with tags instead.

We have corrected the situation with Ipad for him now shows a normal editor.

As soon as we'll support Mobile Safari, we will include it for the wysiwyg editor

Great, thanks! Cool new feature btw. (written on my iPad)
А как можно текст в комментарии или в официальном ответе цветом выделить?
В целом с WYSIWYG всё хорошо скромно и в тоже время достаточно, но цветовой индикации явно не хватает!