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Editor has lots of issues

JDB 7 years ago • updated by Sergey Stukov (co-founder) 7 years ago 7
Hi, when you plan a new editor? it is full of problems for me...

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Already in progress, new updated version of editor will be released soon.
Estimated release date upcoming monday.
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Already in progress, new updated version of editor will be released soon.
Estimated release date upcoming monday.

Please also provide a way to insert images with a customer width/height. I usually paste images from my website but can't be resized nor aligned properly unless I go into html which is a headache, and becomes worse when practically all html tags are not allowed.

Thanks

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Fixed
Already in progress, new updated version of editor will be released soon.
Estimated release date upcoming monday.

We improved our editor, also added new features more detail here.

http://blog.userecho.com/topic/111091-the-editor-extended-with-new-features/

We use modified version of http://redactorjs.com/

base version upgraded from 6.4.1 -> 7.6.0 

changelog http://redactorjs.com/log/

Also we implement bunch of fixes.

Fill free to report issues, we try fix or implement new features ASAP

I don't know if we are using the "new" editor right now or not, but whatever editor we are using presently does not preserve line breaks. Or maybe it's just a CSS problem and you need to put a margin-top value in there for the <p> tag for text generated by typing into the editor. 

One way or another, we should be able to make paragraphs with spaces separating them... 

We fixed this issue, now just press "Enter" button when you need additional blank space between strings.

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I'm sorry, but I think that's a bad fix. 1. Inserting <p><br></p> is bad and wasteful html. 2. Making me press a weird key combination (on my mac, "Enter" is shift-return) to create a space is painful. 3. When I am typing in the editor and I hit return twice, the editor shows me a space between paragraphs. Only after I press "Post comment" do those spaces go away.


In my opinion, you should change the CSS so that paragraphs get a margin-top that spaces them down from the element above them. And hitting "Enter" should insert a single <br>.

Check line 863 in your .css for this page. 

When I eliminate the "margin" expression out of that line's rules, comments and posts appear with clear spacing between paragraphs.

We know, but if we will remove margin 0 it's will not be possible to create short strings one below other, without margins.

At this moment just press enter and you will get spacing between strings.

Anyway admins can customize and use their own Custom CSS in the Advanced service plan.