[webkit-dev] Reporting FCKeditor related bugs

Joost 'AlthA' de Valk webkit-dev at joostdevalk.nl
Sat Jan 13 04:24:33 PST 2007


if you need any help with Bugzilla or reducing bugs, let me know, i'd  
love to see your editor working!


On Jan 13, 2007, at 12:36 AM, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:

> On Jan 12, 2007, at 6:36 AM, David D. Kilzer wrote:
>> Hi FredCK,
>> I'd recommend filing all of the bugs.  That way if someone else  
>> gets the notion to create a reduced test case or fix the bug,  
>> that's less work you'll have to do in the long run!
>> Please do a cursory search for existing bugs before filing new  
>> ones as well.  For example, "links are clickable in the editing  
>> area" may be similar to Bug 11297.  (It took me three searches to  
>> find that one, though, so don't spend all your time search for pre- 
>> existing bugs!)  It's better to have the bugs documented and later  
>> marked RESOLVED/DUPLICATE than to not have them documented at all.
>> http://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=11297
> I agree with Dave's suggestion. Having the bugs filed is more  
> important than level of detail in the bug. We will likely need  
> reductions for these at some point to be able to fix them, but  
> those don't have to be done at the same time or even by the same  
> person as originally filing the bug.
> Cheers,
> Maciej
>> Thanks!
>> Dave
>> On Jan 12, 2007, at 4:40 AM, Frederico Caldeira Knabben wrote:
>>> It is really nice to see that FCKeditor is almost running with  
>>> the nightly.
>>> There are still some bugs, and before I do any move, I would like  
>>> to be sure
>>> this is something acceptable.
>>> I've always tried to create bug reports whithout associating them to
>>> FCKeditor. I simply got a buggy thing in the editor, and reducted  
>>> it as much
>>> as possible to generate precise reports.
>>> All we know how reductions are important. And we also know that  
>>> their
>>> creation take a lot of time. So, the report of bugs were going  
>>> pretty slow.
>>> I've noted instead that, for the TinyMCE editor, there are many  
>>> generic bugs
>>> strictly specifying TinyMCE compatibility. Something like  
>>> "TinyMCE: Format
>>> pulldown doesn't work". Those reports have not so much  
>>> information. Many
>>> times just a line of descrition of the bug.
>>> I have a list of bugs of FCKeditor with Safari. Should I start  
>>> filling
>>> simple "FCKeditor: ..." reports for all of them?
>>> In these way we would all have a clear compatibility status, and  
>>> in the mean
>>> time myself, and others interested would be working for the  
>>> regressions.
>>> Thanks for the information,
>>> FredCK
>>> PS: The following are the current known bugs:
>>> - links are clickable in the editing area
>>> - the "Save" button doesn't update the hidden field before posting
>>> - bogus <br> remain in the code
>>> - "Templates" doesn't work when inserting in the cursor position
>>> - paste buttons are always disabled
>>> - find dialog doesn't work
>>> - "Remove Format" button adds Apple tag to the code
>>> - enter key inside forms create further forms.
>>> - hidden fields doesn't show up
>>> - <span class="Apple-style-span"> when formatting
>>> - <hr>, <ul> and <ol> have id="undefined"
>>> - the "Link" dialog is not loading correctly
>>> - objects are not selectable and dragable
>>> - "Insert Special Char" doesn't work
>>> - the "Size" toolbar combo has no effect in text
>>> - panels on toolbar items are positioned wrongly
>>> - panels are not hidden when clicking outside them
>>> - context menu icons are not showing
>>> - tables are compressed on creation
>>> - form fields are enabled in the editing area
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