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can you configure the A5 html editor formatting options?

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  • can you configure the A5 html editor formatting options?

    Hi there, I have a mob app I'm building and need some help/guidance/ideas with the html editor please
    • I have a panel with a textarea control in the mobile app that I want to read data from a comments field and edit the text but I'm having the following issues...
    • The original comments data was entered in the browser app in an html editor, when I view it in the textarea control you see all of the html markup (which I don't want)
    • If I change the editor type to html I get all of the formatting option buttons (font, size, colour etc...) these take up way to much room for a smartphone and all I want to do is edit text and use the list buttons (ordered and unordered) Also with the a5 editor if I use the pop up panel the OK and Cancel btn disappear off the bottom of the screen so you can't click them and if you tap the screen to edit the text the keyboard slides up over the text so you can't see what you're typing, both of these issues make the component unusable for a user

    Appreciate any ideas on how to read html data and edit it in a mobile device without these issues?
    cheers
    Brad

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    Re: can you configure the A5 html editor formatting options?

    You may want to look at this page.

    https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/directive/ngBindHtml

    Michael

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      Re: can you configure the A5 html editor formatting options?

      wow - way above my pay grade I have no idea how to apply all of that code and those files to my app to get the outcome I need but thanks anyway
      cheers
      Brad

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        Re: can you configure the A5 html editor formatting options?

        See if this helps. You will have to get the id of the button panel header in firbug or something then you have to set the display property to 'none'.
        http://www.alphasoftware.com/alphafo...ht=html+editor
        Win 10 64 Development, Win 7 64 WAS 11-1, 2, Win 10 64 AA-1,2, MySql, dbForge Studio The Best MySQL GUI Tool IMHO. http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/

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          Re: can you configure the A5 html editor formatting options?

          Frank thanks for this...using your advice I was able to hide the html btn panel header using this line of code $('PAT_MOB_APP_CHILD_PAT_MOBILE_FASD.V.R1.COMMENTEDIT.TOOLBAR').style.display='none';
          in the onRender event as you suggested...

          I was unable to hide individual btns within the panel header, there were ids but they were table ids not div ids I spent about an hour but couldn't figure it out.

          Thanks again Frank

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