[#6319] HTML notes support
Summary HTML notes support
Queue Mnemo
Queue Version Git master
Type Enhancement
State Accepted
Priority 1. Low
Owners mrubinsk@horde.org
Requester roti@al.pmmf.hu
Created 2008-02-25 (4797 days ago)
Updated 2016-02-01 (1899 days ago)
Patch No

roti@al.pmmf.hu 2008-02-25 14:11:45

  I think this is a relatively easy to implement a wysiwyg editor 
(fckeditor) to mnemo. It would be nice to see a "Switch to HTML" or 
similar at new memo taking, like at new email.



Chuck Hagenbuch <chuck@horde.org> 2008-02-25 17:06:48
This was proposed a while ago, but it creates some issues with syncing 
and interop with other notes issues. I'd personally rather add 
flexible content-types to wicked, and let people use that for personal 
notes if they need flexibility.

Jan Schneider <jan@horde.org> 2008-02-25 17:16:54
I still think that having a mini word processor functionality in mnemo 
is a good idea and doesn't collide with more flexibility in wicked. 
And synching notes is rather a hack anyway since there is no 
established standard for notes.

jfharmanny@tukampen.nl 2009-06-15 15:22:28
I have been using Horde for about two years now and I have used mnemo 
as some sort of anouncement-list for our users. There is a small 
shared mnemo-notebook in which we write things like 'the university 
will be closed for the summer holidays' or 'tip: use our keyboard 
instead of your mouse'.

But I'm really missing HTML support. Notes don't look well in plain 
text. I think Mnemo has great opportunities for sharing short notes, 
but it would look a lot greater if it worked more like IMP (with an 
html interface and with the possibility to create stationeries). Isn't 
it possible to somehow connect this IMPfunctionality into mnemo?