Re: [xwiki-users] searching/replacing within the xwiki edition window

2008-02-15 Thread Paul Libbrecht
But I think it is not an option for most of our users still reluctant to use the XWiki environment. And most of them are Internet Explorer, Firefox and/or Safari users! So Opera or OmniWeb are not an option so far. As long as you rely on the default textarea there's nothing you can do

Re: [xwiki-users] searching/replacing within the xwiki edition window

2008-02-15 Thread [Ricardo Rodriguez] Your EPEC Network ICT Team
Paul Libbrecht wrote: As long as you rely on the default textarea there's nothing you can do there or? I wonder if that would not be a topic for the webAPI working group at W3C... it is a fairly common request I think. You are speaking fluently about topics to which I have just arrived a

[xwiki-users] searching/replacing within the xwiki edition window

2008-02-14 Thread [Ricardo Rodriguez] Your EPEC Network ICT Team
Hi all, Several users have asked me, and me myself find it quite useful, for this feature and I don't know if it is possible to find any utility doing this: Is it possible to search/replace while editing a document with the wiki editor? Working in WYSIWYG mode, it is at least possible to use

Re: [xwiki-users] searching/replacing within the xwiki edition window

2008-02-14 Thread Paul Libbrecht
Ricardo, that's browser dependent... Opera gives you this service (at least searching). On Macs OmniWeb gives you it if you open the external text window. For such intensive changes, using XEclipse application (or plugin) really helps. It lacks a goto-line but has a search-and-replace. I

Re: [xwiki-users] searching/replacing within the xwiki edition window

2008-02-14 Thread [Ricardo Rodriguez] Your EPEC Network ICT Team
Paul Libbrecht wrote: Ricardo, that's browser dependent... Opera gives you this service (at least searching). On Macs OmniWeb gives you it if you open the external text window. Hi Paul, I've tried both, Opera in Windows and OmniWeb in Mac. I'm impressed with OmniWeb performance and the