This message is the first I've heard of the midas editor. Where
can I find out more about this initiative? (I've been looking at
http://www.mozilla.org/editor/ but I can't find an overview of
what the plan is). I had assumed that if Mozilla wasn't to be
developed further, that Composer would expire as well, and I
would have to look elsewhere for an editor. Not so?
I'm very interested in finding a straightforward, no-frills
wysiwyg HTML editor, mainly for sharing text files in HTML.
NVu, so far, hasn't filled the bill.
I am using Mozilla Firefox [Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0;
en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0)].
I was trying the midas demo available at:
If I type the following lines in the html compose area:
This is test line 1
This is test line 2
This is test line 3
This is test line 4
Then I select the 'View HTML Source' checkbox.
Use the mouse to move the caret to '2' and press the backspace key.
I notice that the content being actually deleted is not where the
cursor points. The deleted content is before the caret position.
Is this a known issue ? If so what is the bug number filed for it ?
Any help would be highly appreciated.
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