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Ekit

Ekit is a simple Java-based HTML editor with copy and paste, table, form, image, CSS, and spell checking support. Used as application it also allows for HTML to be loaded and saved, as well as serialized and saved as an RTF.

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  •  21 Jan 2004 14:42

    Release Notes: Word processor style bullet lists were added. Table handling was improved. New table row and column menus were added. Documents can be loaded and saved in the Web-safe Base64 encoding.

    •  07 Jan 2003 11:51

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      19 Feb 2003 12:56 guillaumedesnoix

      Now i18n is ok.
      JDistro now supports System resources so so ekit is running fine and is the recommanded HTML editor.

      07 Jan 2003 07:20 guillaumedesnoix

      Nice.
      A very good piece of software. Works fine in JDistro (except i18n).

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