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edit-on Pro

edit-on Pro is a cross-platform, in-browser, WYSIWYG editor Java applet which enables XHTML content authoring with XML markup. The editor is compact, powerful and requires no special libraries or client plugins. It includes CSS support, table editing, a spelling checker, multi-language support, and features an API that allows full customisation and seamless integration into Web-based applications. It perfectly complements content management systems, e-learning, knowledge management systems, and CRM. A free trial version is available for download and includes complete developer samples and a comprehensive integration manual.

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  •  22 Feb 2011 19:49

    Release Notes: With 5.3.249 or earlier versions, an exception occurred with Java 1.6.0_24 when an edit-on Pro process triggered by Javascript required elevated privileges, such as when loading resources from an external URL. This issue is fixed by this release.

    •  21 Sep 2006 16:20

      Release Notes: Support for Firefox under Mac OS X was added. The bugfixes include a toolbar painting problem when using JRE 1.5.0_08, NPEs when using certain CSS selectors, and rendering issues with margins, floating images, and background colors. Furthermore, problems when uploading images from dynamic URLs were solved.

      •  31 May 2006 04:29

        Release Notes: The clean up process should now be able to fix invalid NMTOKEN attribute values. Problems with scrolling using the mouse wheel were fixed. Various NPEs were fixed. The advanced table dialog properties no longer insert an empty style. The default accelerator is no longer bound to Ctrl. Keys used as accelerators are no longer processed by the editor. The default action object is now passed as a key within the action object. When there's no image in the editor, the function stated in onuploadfinished="..." is now properly called.

        •  01 Dec 2005 19:06

          Release Notes: This hotfix release solves an issue with the previous version,, where formatted cut and paste did not work from MS Word.

          •  01 Dec 2005 14:07

            Release Notes: The improvements in this release focused on the filtered copy and paste of Microsoft Word contents, increased performance, and extended table and WebDAV functionality. Other important new features include the possibility to insert accessible tables and enhanced dialogs for lists, page properties, and headings. Additionally, it is now possible to include background images, insert comments, or use further JavaScript API functionality. This release also fixes a number of known issues and adds support for Firefox 1.5 and Netscape 8.


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