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Re: This seems really browser specific.
> Can't see this in Phoenix on the demo
> site. Hmmm.. Looking for a browser
> agnostic WYSIWYG form editor...
You're were probably looking at the demo for htmlArea 2.0. Version 3.0 is just released and has the support for Mozilla 1.3+. It should work in Pheonix as soon as they incorporate the additions for 1.3.
Here's a link to the 3.0 demo.