"New default visual editor: TinyMCE"
But why is that a benefit? What was wrong with the old editor? What problem
is the new editor solving?
Without explaining the benefit of TinyMCE, I'm not sure it's a selling
On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 11:16 AM, Steve McMahon <st...@dcn.org> wrote:
> A few of my favorites:
> Dramatic speed improvements -- see Hanno's charts. Both for page rendering
> and initial load.
> Python 2.6's improved memory management will decrease overall memory
> New default visual editor: TinyMCE
> Images and binary blobs automatically stored in file system rather than
> ZODB, prevent database bloat.
> New default theme, Sunburst, provides a modern, minimalist, grid-based
> theme that's a better starting point for modern themes.
> Support for login by e-mail address
> On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 5:13 PM, Roberto Allende <ro...@menttes.com>wrote:
>> Two years and a half ago, Jon Stahl wrote a great post blog named "8
>> Really Cool Things About Plone 3". There he wrote about new features
>> coming with Plone 3.
>> Considering there are just two weeks for World Plone Day 2010 and Plone 4
>> is going to be the star of the event, i would like to ask you what are the
>> features or things you would add in the "8 Really Cool things about Plone 4"
>> You answer will help a lot making the great Plone 4 talk, every host
>> *must* have :)
>> Kind Regards
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