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  • Re: stylesheet - MY BAD

    Oh man... my bad. And I _do_ mean BAD. Like amateur-hour bad... I uploaded the new Editor Client files, but when I updated I forgot to update the bin/ files (dll, etc). Sorry to have taken up your time. Very bad. Quite embarrassing. Humbly going away now.... Thanks for your extensive efforts at resolving my silly error.&#160;Dean
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on April 4, 2005
  • Re: stylesheet

    Oops... just re-read that - that is exactly my concern at this point - none of them seem to want to run in IE for me right now... including the ones that came as demos/examples&#160;&#160;
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on April 4, 2005
  • Re: stylesheet - the plot thickens

    I emailed that to you...&#160;That simple example loads in Netscape (and appears to work), but not in Explorer?
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on April 4, 2005
  • Re: stylesheet

    Interestingly, even though it throws this error in Netscape, in IE (even though it does not completely load successfully), the images menu does show the added items as expected.&#160;Dean
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on April 4, 2005
  • Re: stylesheet

    I notice that netscape throws a completely different error that appears to be an app error. This might give you better information (and me, for that matter):&#160;&#160;Server Error in '/falcon' Application. Object reference not set to an instance of an object.Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on April 4, 2005
  • Re: stylesheet

    Yes this is related to the project... the examples also throw the same error, but (obviously - since I am typing this post), it is not to do with browser configuration.&#160;It is related to the same project I have been working on for a while. &#160;The site is online, but password protected... if you could email me privately I can provide you ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on April 4, 2005
  • stylesheet

    Hey there - I am trying to embed the editor, and had, but after updating to 4.0.0.6 (thanks for adding the option to bypass the automatic cleanup, btw), I keep getting an error 'stylesheet' is null or not an object, and the editor does not successfully load... I cannot select the tools or type text.&#160;Any thoughts?&#160;Dean
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on April 4, 2005
  • dumb mode?

    I have had a few issues with some html that is driving me a little nuts... some stuff that was very tricky to format gets ''fixed'' by the Cutesoft Editor and the subtle formatting gets messed up.&#160;Is there a way to run the editor in ''dumb'' mode - so it just accepts what it is given, and does not make modifications, or ''fixes''?&#160;If ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on January 29, 2005
  • Re: ampersand

    OK... I have worked around this by defining links with a tag [XXXAMPXXX] then subbing that out with a mail merge when the mail is actually sent... but am I off-base to think that ampersands within a tag should be left alone?
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on January 18, 2005
  • Re: ampersand

    Thanks for taking the time to respond... I understand that if you type an &amp; in the body that it should be converted, but this is as part of a link... how do I accomplish creating an href that contains parameters?&#160;Is there some way to escape it so it doesn't get converted?&#160;For instance...&#160;&lt;a href=''/somepage.aspx&gt; Cute ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by deanfriesen on January 14, 2005
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