FreeTextBox 3.0.3 available now

March 18, 2005 | Uncategorized | 5 Comments

From the Change Log

  • FEATURE: Re-enabled Stylesheet support in Gecko (related to following bug) [hooray!]
  • BUG: All Gecko-related problems with external files (references to images, js, css, etc.) have been resolved
  • BUG: Gecko now renders HTML tags such as <b> instead of <span class=”font-weight:bold”>
  • BUG: Added more error checking in ImageGallery to prevent bad image files from breaking the control
  • BUG: Gecko insert image on free version now functions correctly
  • FEATURE/BUG: Now more than one button or dropdownlist type (i.e. InsertHtmlMenu) can be added. Previously only one of each type was supported.
  • UPDATE: Updated some language file definitions (Danish: http://www.freetextbox.com/forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2727)

5 responses to “FreeTextBox 3.0.3 available now”

  1. Unresolvable says:

    So… are you planning on enabling XHTML output? All lowercase tags at least? This would be a MAJOR help, but then what I’m using is free so whatever I can get I’ll take :) Thanks!!!

    Josh.

  2. Unresolvable says:

    One quick question… i can’t login to the forums w/ the password that was sent to me when I requested it, so I’ll ask here…

    http://joshandbrandi.com/post.aspx?PostID=1

    go there… the FTB says "undefined" and won’t do anything… what gives?

  3. Unresolvable says:

    hmm and it’s only in IE… it works fine in Firefox… :/

  4. Unresolvable says:

    Submitted a post on the forums about the ImageGallery in design mode (Constructor setting variable to the current context) and maybe an issue with DOCTYPE when it is set to Strict. Hope that helps

    http://www.freetextbox.com/forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=3639

  5. Unresolvable says:

    Please can you spare some time to go through and answer the questions on your forum. My project is going live soon and i’m still having trouble:

    http://www.freetextbox.com/forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=3712

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