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Add a preview bloc into discuss page #211

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ghost opened this issue Oct 4, 2014 · 5 comments
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Add a preview bloc into discuss page #211

ghost opened this issue Oct 4, 2014 · 5 comments

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ghost commented Oct 4, 2014

From patrick....@gmail.com on June 09, 2012 09:42:53

What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. Not a problem, just a feature idea.

What is this feature request? What is the expected output?

  • From the TXP back-end, actual comments page allows to make changes into the comment message. That's very useful. But final users without HTML knowledge can be surprised to see all these strange tags. Adding a comment message preview, above or below the textarea as it will appear on the public side, could be much readable.

This feature request isn't a very complex transformation. It could improve the UI experience.

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/textpattern/issues/detail?id=207

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ghost commented Oct 4, 2014

From patrick....@gmail.com on June 09, 2012 01:51:43

... Here is a sample file.

Attachment: txp_discuss.txt

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vanmelick commented Aug 15, 2015

An alternative solution would be to store the comment both as textile and HTML, similar to what we do with articles.

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petecooper commented Jan 28, 2018

Tagged in #308 – closing for now.

Edit: actually, I can't close it. @Bloke - can you do the deed, please and thanks?

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jools-r commented Apr 15, 2018

Came across this: drmonkeyninja has a plugin for this: arc_admin_comment_preview. It's not a full edit window (which would be better), just a jQuery preview of the output.

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petecooper commented Aug 7, 2018

This is included as a line item in
#308 (see
#308 (comment) for context), so closing.

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