WYSIWYG editor
Thread poster: Andy Bell

Andy Bell  Identity Verified
Local time: 20:48
Member (2002)
Norwegian to English
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Jun 24, 2003

Does anyone know how to restore the WYSIWYG editor on the hosted pages? Not for the first time the editor has disappeared on me, and it seems the only way to get it back is to wait patiently for some technical support. Is there any reason why this cannot be something we can restore ourselves? Why the enforced reliance on the ProZ staff? It's just wasted time when I could be doing something constructive with my site instead of mucking around trying to sort it out. What's my Platinum membership paying for, if not a functional means of creating a decent website without these hiccups? Oh, can you tell that I'm a little irritated!!! I thought it didn't show.
Thanks in advance
Andy


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 13:48
English to German
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Post it under "ProZ.com Tech Support" Jun 24, 2003

Hi Andy,
To get a speedier response, I suggest you post this in the "ProZ.com Tech Support" forum - this one is for general technical queries.
(I don't moderate this forum, which is why I cannot move the thread.)

Best regards, Ralf


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