Re: Bug#220779: ITP: zope-epoz -- Cross-browser-wysiwyg-editor for Zope
On Fri, 21 Nov 2003, Henning Makholm wrote:
> > Browsers which support rich text controls (for example, Mozilla)
> > are required to use Epoz.
> What on earth does this mean? Will I be taken to court if I write a
> browser that has a "rich text control" yet does not use your package?
> Or only if I *install* your package together with my browser? Who
> exactly is doing this requiring?
Native English speaker please corret me. The situation is as follows:
If you are using a browser which supports rich text controls
(current Mozilla, Firebird, Galeon in unstable) than you
will be able to use the advanced features of zope-epoz which are
easily to test at the Epoz testpage:
Just try and see whether your browser works.
You do not have to install anything. If a *developer* of a Zope
product uses zope-epoz in his product on his server than you will
be able to edit documents *on the server*.
Anything yet unclear?
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