Techaven wrote:I'm really furious at your reasons not to include a style drop down in the new editor and other stuff....
Stop whining & stop this fruitless discussion. Let guys like CalGuy and other core developers to their job: code it, test it, document it! For the rest of us, our time is best spent in editing kick-ass wiki pages to explain how to work with TinyMCE.
Its a 'yesterday' discussion anyway - this goofy distinction between designers, editors, users, dummies etc. The targeted audience for CMSMS is not the Fortune 500 crowd that uses Drupal etc.. I bet my dog away that 9 out of 10 CMSMS sites are run by small businesses or departments. What that 'receptionist' really needs is a much better help page or video.
I just recently started with CMSMS, and I 'm also NOT a developer - I am a marketing guy (boo!) and tech geek with reasonably good knowledge of CSS, HTML etc. I have worked before with or tried out WordPress, Drupal, Website Baker, Joomla and even a custom-taylored CMS. For a small business, CMSMS is the best choice. Period.
I see things from the perspective of a ordinary, mortal user. To me, CMSMS is a still a test tube baby - but with great promises to become big and strong. I am looking forward to 1.7, its (mostly) exciting stuff. But if it is not well documented and promoted, it is not worth anything.
Ah and yes, @calguy: even if its castrated, make WYSIWYG 'reality' in Microtiny - show the fonts that are really defined in the
currently selected stylesheet. You'll be amazed how many thank you notes will come your way, guaranteed.