Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Documentation/Plugins/WebKitResize


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03/14/18 11:03:45 (13 months ago)
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  • Documentation/Plugins/WebKitResize

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     1= Plugin:  = 
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     3[wiki:Plugins Back to Plugins] 
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     6  The WebKit based (or similar) browsers, including Chrome (and Edge) 
     7  don't support drag-to-size images or tables, which is a pain. 
     8   
     9  This plugin implements the EditorBoost jQuery resizing plugin 
     10    http://www.editorboost.net/Webkitresize/Index 
     11  jQuery is required, naturally, if it's not already loaded  
     12  then we will load our own version, so ensure you load your version 
     13  first if you need a newer one (then this might break, but oh well). 
     14   
     15    == Configuration == 
     16 
     17**See the [wiki:NewbieGuide#ProvideSomeConfiguration NewbieGuide] for how to set configuration values in general, the below configuration options are available for this plugin.** 
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     19  You can also specify to enable the TD and TABLE resizing for Gecko  
     20  (Firefox, and IE11 predominatly) as these also don't have support for 
     21  sizing those (but can size images)., this is enabled by default, you 
     22  can disable with... 
     23   
     24  xinha_config.WebKitResize.enableTDForGeckoAlso = false; 
     25  xinha_config.WebKitResize.enableTABLEForGeckoAlso = false; 
     26   
     27  == Caution == 
     28  This only works acceptably in either: 
     29    Standards Mode  (eg Doctype <!DOCTYPE html> ) 
     30    Quirks Mode     (eg no doctype              ) 
     31     
     32  it does not work great in "Almost Standards Mode" because scrolling throws 
     33  the resize border out of place, ,that's ok if you don't need to scroll,  
     34  either because your text is small, or you are in FullScreen mode or  
     35  something, but anyway.