Re: TRichView vs. WpTools
Posted: 02/21/2002 6:16:19
could you move up the 'left/right alignment
of images' to the second place ? You need
this for html-import anyway. And since most
users can use MS Word, office-converters or IE
for converting to rtf, the html-import is not
such a critical issue ( at least IMHO ).
"Sergey Tkachenko" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> My current work priorities:
> - bullets/numbering (multilevel, with many options)
> - html import (probably without CSS at the first stage)
> - live spelling
> - drag and drop
> - improvements in formatting (tabs, left/right alignment of images)
> - WYSIWYG
> and some simple tasks like headers/footers or image resizing as a
> So WYSIWYG will be implemented not very soon.
> I am trying not to hurry with new features but implementing them in the
> possible way.
> RV and WPT have slightly different "patterns".
> WPTools is more like MS Word.
> RichView is more like IE/visual html editors.
> This difference can be clearly seen comparing tables in WPT and RV.
> > Looking at this iste and at the demos I see that the main features
> > has and TRichEdit lacks are WYSIWYG page layout mode, headers and
> > background spellchecking a la Word and columns. In truth I have never
> > colums, as they have never been requested, and can live without
> > spell checking though it would be nice and not to difficoult to
> > But may clients certainly equire page layout mode (with active rulers)
> > headers and footers. Do you have any plans for these features?
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