[development] WYSIWYG editors and iPad (iOS)

Jamie Holly hovercrafter at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 3 13:17:56 UTC 2010

Thanks Jerad! That's good to know.

It looks like there might be a way to turn off WYSIWYG on mobile devices 
and enable BUEditor without changes to the two modules. It would be a 
pretty hacktackular method of invoking a custom handler for textarea and 
weighting the module heavier than BUEditor and TinyMCE and then putting 
the teaser element back in on a form_alter for mobile devices.

I can see what I'll be playing with today.

Jamie Holly

On 11/3/2010 9:05 AM, Jerad Bitner wrote:
> FWIW, we use BUEditor on Lullabot.com and it works really well on an iPad.
> On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 6:53 AM, Daniel F. Kudwien 
> <news at unleashedmind.com <mailto:news at unleashedmind.com>> wrote:
>     > However a better solution would be in Drupal to disable
>     > Wysiwyg on iOS devices and enable BUEditor. That's actually
>     > something I need to work on myself over the next couple of
>     > days for a client.
>     Limiting editors to media queries and/or dynamically switching to
>     a more
>     suitable editor per user agent sounds like an ideal use-case for
>     the Wysiwyg
>     module.  BUeditor is not supported yet, but markItUp is very
>     similar (and much
>     more bullet-proof, AFAICT).
>     Thanks for sharing this idea!  Would be happy to discuss details
>     and required
>     steps in Wysiwyg's queue.
>     sun
> -- 
> ~Jerad Bitner
> Lead Developer and Drupal Trainer at Lullabot
> http://lullabot.com | http://sirkitree.net | http://jeradbitner.com
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