FreeTextBox 2.0.6 released

June 11, 2004 | Uncategorized | 4 Comments

 2.0.6 (6/10/2004)


  • fixed: BackColor (you no longer need to set ToolbarStyleConfiguration=NotSet)

  • added: ButtonRenderMode (JavascriptAndImages|Css). the new CSS buttons from 2.0.4 were causing major slowdown for some IE users, so I made the button rendering optional.  This means there are now individual images for each button again…

4 responses to “FreeTextBox 2.0.6 released”

  1. Unresolvable says:

    Great control! I use it in my EZWeb framework. One question. In .Text, iespellcheck and wordclean toolbar buttons work, but I can’t get them to work. I’m using version 2.0.6. The documentation also seems to be a little out of date on the available toolbar buttons. Is there a complete list available somewhere for version 2.0.6?

  2. Unresolvable says:

    Thanks for the info. Regarding the first issue, you can quickly solve this by renaming /aspnet_client/FreeTextBox/images/spellcheck.gif to iespellcheck.gif. I’ll update the packages to include buttons named for each spellcheck version and also make sure the help file is updated.

    Thanks,

    JD

  3. Unresolvable says:

    Does FTBox have some limitations with Firefox? I tried the editor you have on then frontpage of http://www.freetextbox.com and simple tags like linebreak, come out "<br>" instead of "<br /">. In the forums it said those tags would comeout in XHTML.

  4. Unresolvable says:

    I changed the name of spellcheck from /aspnet_client/FreeTextBox/images/spellcheck.gif to iespellcheck.gif, as you said in reference to Jeffrey’s reply, but still image is not appearing.

    Regards,

    Yasser

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