kenfeldt -- Those event s are not exposed to the Editor :( And the ones that are, don t work across browsers.. Dav -- Dav Glass firstname.lastname@example.orgMessage 1 of 2 , Dec 8 11:19 AMView Sourcekenfeldt --
Those event's are not exposed to the Editor :(
And the ones that are, don't work across browsers..
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On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 11:05 AM, kenfeldt <kfeldt@...> wrote:
My YUI app has two iframes- one for HTML content, the other for the
YUI rich text editor.
FFox and IE both have a default behavior in which text in the
HTML window can be selected, dragged, and dropped (inserted) into
another HTML area... which includes the YUI editor. We need to
over-ride (or at least specialize) this behavior.
Our initial instinct is to 'guess' at the events that IE and FFox use
to add our logic --- Can anyone in YUI/Editor land tell me if there
is an easier way to specialize 'text drop' logic using some event
that may be common to both IE and FFox's text drop logic? ...or does
the community think that my best but is to disable the browser's
default text select/drag/drop behavior and replace it with YUI's
Thanks for any help.