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  • Upgrades

    How often can we upgrade with our initial purchase?&nbsp; I bought 1.8 a couple of months ago, and now 2.0 is out. Does anyone have an opinion on 2.0?&nbsp; Is it better, easier to use, I'd like to hear from people that actually use it. Thanks, Lantz
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by lantz on December 3, 2003
  • Re: Possible to Customize CE's Image Processing

    I agree, I use a piece of free code called SAImageUtil (http://www.reneris.com/tools/default.asp) that is extremely powerful and easy to use.&nbsp; I think this is by far one of the best WYSIWYG editors out there, but there are a few things it lacks that others which are free allow. Since I've integrated mine as a file manager, I would like the ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by lantz on December 3, 2003
  • Re: dynamically load files to the editor

    I found a workaround by passing the data as a form post, then storing it in a local label for later use.&nbsp; My routine is very large, but if anyone has similar problems, let me know. Gary Lantz &nbsp;
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by lantz on October 13, 2003
  • dynamically load files to the editor

    I've got several variables stored as session variables that I don't want the end user to see when using the cuteeditor.net version, but the subroutine designed to run at server is not ''seeing'' my session variables.&nbsp; Can someone tell me what's wrong with the following, it's a modified version of one of the examples: &nbsp; Public Sub ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by lantz on October 12, 2003
  • Re: dotnetnuke

    there aren't any examples up yet...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by lantz on October 6, 2003
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