syntax highlighter - supports inline css now
-added a new property to the HTML Editor EnableSyntaxHighlighterInlineCss ; this property is now true by default meaning inline css is rendered ( quite minimistic, just about 3 css properties in all).
-fixed markup too.
fixed "show language" caption in syntax highlighter. previous versions had a typo on the word language.
-when applying fontsize in the editor, non IE based browsers lost selection. Fixed
-font-size in webkit rendered proprietary css and webkit specific class when using a font-size of 7 (effets only webkit). this is a bug in webkit, we work around it now by using font-size upto size 6 in webkit based browsers
-font-size from size 1-7 was incorrectly mapped to the wrong css size properties in previous editions and it's a bug. This has been corrected now. eg : 7 = xx-large, 6=x-large and so forth
-font-size in firefox applied the style using a nested span when applying fontsize on an element that already has font-size applied. this is a bug, fixed.
indent and outdent had the labels switched. this is fixed now
removed html entity &#39; that were wrongly inserted in language resource files in place of an apostrophe. Fixed
-all block level elements are selectable now in designview. in previous versions there was always a small case where elements were prive of content and weren't editable
-when selecting all content in the editor via the selectall command in the toolbar, the document was prive of any default element. this is a bug, fixed.
-we now ensure that there is always a new paragraph ready for use in the document.
msword parser - refurbished
-added rules to remove lang attributes <span lang="En-US" ...etc
-fixed several bugs present in firefox when pasting from msword. firefox (midas) retains a lot of user specific information. while we were stripping this out previously, there were little bugs in the code. all fixed now
indent and outdent blockquotes generated by firefox goes in confusional state when switching from designview to htmlview and back. the editor does htmlformatting and firefox chokes on the spaces. For firefox we let midas render css equivalent which is a margin style used for indentation. Sadly only midas rich text editing engine allows you to do this with a simple setting and we lose some consistency because blockquotes are rendered during indentation in ie/webkit/opera, while we got css equivalents rendering for firefox. we lose some and we win some! for now this is not such a painful compromise.