Re: TRichView vs WPTools
Posted: 06/12/2003 15:44:19
It seems that TRichView has no OLE support. Am I right?
I have one question: TRichView native file format is rvf. However maybe I
have to have backward compatibilty with rtf and save and load my files to
and from rtf files. How fast is TRichView in opening and saving rtf files
compared to the standard Windows Rich Edit contols?
Milenix Software Ltd.
"Petko Kafedjiski" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Thank you Sergey,
> I agree that your HTML export is outstanding. This was the first thing
> impressed me in your component!
> Petko Kafedjiski
> Milenix Software Ltd.
> "Sergey Tkachenko" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Some pros for TRichView
> > - better support of tables (as far as I know, WPTools does not support:
> > nested tables; multiple paragraphs in table cells (try to make one line
> > centered and one line left-aligned in WPTools' table cells, or try to
> > a bulleted list in table cell); vertical cell merging; vertical cell
> > alignment; background pictures. All the listed features are supported by
> > RV);
> > - Unicode support;
> > - Delphi components in documents;
> > - I am not sure here, but it looks like bullets/numbering is more
> > in TRichView (can WPTools create a numbering like:
> > 1. ****
> > 1.a. ****
> > 2. ****
> > 2.a. ****
> > 2.b. ****
> > ?)
> > - more visually attractive components for creating user interface
> > (RichViewActions - http://www.trichview.com/resources/actions/)
> > Some pros for WPTools
> > - WYSIWYG editing (you can see page size in editor; in TRichView, page
> > can be seen only in read-only TRVPrint)
> > - tabs (RichView does not support tab positions yet)
> > Some things that I recommend to look at:
> > - quality of RTF and HTML import and export (I am quite proud of
> > in this field)
> > - convenience of programming interface
> > > Hi to all!
> > >
> > > I am currently examining different text edit controls and find
> > and
> > > WPTools to be the best. However they look very similarly to me as
> > > functionality and I am wondering what is the difference between them?
> > >
> > > Has anyone tried both or know the difference?
> > >
> > > Yours sincerely,
> > > Petko Kafedjiski
> > > Milenix Software Ltd.
> > > http://www.milenix.com
> > >
> > >
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