Support » Plugins » [Plugin: Front-end Editor] Any chance in seeing these implemented?

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  • 1. I would like to use the thickbox in WordPress, rather than have the user upload to ImageShack.

    2. font-family is available now, in the development version. As for font-size, you should probably be using font-format instead, most of the time.

    3. Sometime, maybe.

    1. that would be cool too, but in the meantime would it be hard to incorporate the nicedit image uploader?

    2. that’s true… clients can get a bit carried away… how about font color then?

    3. pleeeeeeeeeeeeease

    Font color has been added.

    I’m wearing him down folks!… now how about the nicedit image uploader? 🙂

    Thanks for the font color

    Related to #3:

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/365590?replies=2#post-1400240

    That’s as far as it goes.

    Any chance in getting the FCK editor integrated? I’ve been trying it out and I love the simple image upload feature.

    Thanks

    I’ve included the upload plugin in the nicEdit build.

    You can try it out by downloading the development version (1.8a) and including this code in your theme’s functions.php:

    function fee_nicedit($config) {
    	$config['buttonList'][] = 'upload';
    	return $config;
    }
    add_filter('front_end_editor_nicedit', 'fee_nicedit');

    Now stop bugging me. 😛

    beauuuuuuuuuuuuutiful 🙂
    Thanks heaps

    but still having probs with the ‘narrowness’ issue

    Great addition to the plugin !

    However, anyone know how I can change it’s location from imageshack to perhaps a folder on the website?

    That would make the upload function perfect.

    In a future version, the image and upload buttons will be merged into one: clicking it will open the standard WP media thickbox, from where you can upload a new image or insert an existing one.

    Is the WP media thickbox still on the roadmap?

    imageshack seems to work perfectly, just prefer the WP media thickbox if possible, esp with the new stream wrapper api being worked on.

    In a future version, the image and upload buttons will be merged into one: clicking it will open the standard WP media thickbox, from where you can upload a new image or insert an existing one.

    This feature has landed in the development version (2.0-alpha6).

    2.0alpha5 seemed to work for me. alpha6 just kicks a ton of errors my way.

    I’m not really good enough to understand what the firebug dom is telling me to help out. I’ll send a contact form to your website with info in case you want to see the errors yourself.

    I’m really glad that this feature is making it in here though. Users are going to absolutely love this.

    works fine so far… i’ll keep on testing

    found a bug? When I insert an image none of the image attributes (size,caption,alignment etc.) are applied to the image.

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