Glad to provide it, helped me post code not only here but in tutorials!
That looks like an IE only bookmarklet to me, Mozilla doesn't support selection.createRange(). Mozilla does support selectionStart and selectionEnd though, I imagine it could be modified to work on Mozilla as well.
Can someone please code something to use this Decoder in Mozilla/Netscape? I have to pull up IE to put code up on these boards. It's a pain sometimes. :)
Ditto for me. I am a Firebird convert, and I want bookmarklets! However, I have found that even some Moz' 'marklets don't work in FB, they only work in Moz. :(
Craig, I just switched to Moz a few days ago. I would love a spell check and the decoder for it. :) Then I would be able to get rid of IE forever!
Amen! sister! :)
Sure, I've got it working in Moz, but I need to know more about how you want to use it (in a textarea, any random text on the screen, etc.).
So, yeah, anyway ... I already had something like this (only different).
I had a simple Windows script I wrote a while ago ... it's had to work in any application, so that I could take it with me to posting apps, html editors, blogging tools and yes, even web-pages. So ... I made a similar script which will convert the <tags> (just testing) in any editing environment, from comment boxes to text editors, to your favorite word-processor.
As I was doing this, I was wondering about extending it to do run a full textile type conversion, but that will have to wait.
Decoder link: http://dinki.mine.nu/word/index.php?p=68&more=1&c=1
Works great too! :) And you can make it a bookmark. Mark did a great job with this.
THANK YOU MARK! :)
this is a <? echo "test"; ?> test of the decoder... :)
Isn't it great??!!
Beautiful beautiful pictures Jon, I am jealous! But the reason for this post...
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