On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 10:08 AM, Steven Southard <ste...@stevensouthard.com> wrote: > On Sep 10, 2010, at 12:54 AM, john muhl wrote: > >> On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 12:39 AM, Steven Southard >> <ste...@stevensouthard.com> wrote: >>> >>> On Sep 9, 2010, at 5:16 PM, Steven Southard wrote: >>> >>>> Does anyone have a working 9.1 version of this extension?
davec (David Cato) has done the dirty work. i pulled in his changes, made a couple of insignificant fixes and updated the image and link popups to be vaguely 0.9ish. everything seems to be working as expected so far. 1: http://github.com/davec/radiant-textile_editor-extension/tree/0.9 2: http://github.com/johnmuhl/radiant-textile_editor-extension >> i'm in the middle of upgrading a site from 0.8 to 0.9 and this is one >> of the last few extensions holding me back. i hope it's nothing too >> tricky. a couple of weeks ago i actually setup a site on 0.81 just >> because t_e was incompatible with 0.9 and there was no time in the >> budget to bother upgrading it. >> >>> Who knows what it would take to update the 8.1 version? I was noticing >>> that >>> someone had started another extension that seemed like it did mostly the >>> same thing. Is this a new start because there was something difficult >>> about >>> continuing with textile_editor? It was nice but I always wish in >>> integrated >>> with assets better. Maybe that was the issue? Or is the new design >>> causing >>> the issues? I'm a fan of that extension and I'd love to start using it >>> with >>> .91 sites. >> >> i think it's by far the best "editor for normal people" available for >> radiant (even though it insist upon `em` and `strong` for >> italic/oblique and bold). in my experience it works nicely with >> page_attachments (at least in 0.8). what do you mean about not >> integrating with assets? > > I should have said paperclipped. I haven't used page_attachments in a while > but last time I did it worked well with this extension too. I agree that > this extension is very important for introducing textile to people that are > new to code. I wouldn't think it would hold me up from using .9.1 but now > trying get people to accept textile without the extension is harder then I > expected. > >