Title: Use Rich Text Edit Mode When Supported

An increasing number of browsers support HTML rich text editing, also called WYSIWYG editing ("What You See Is What You Get"). Normally rich text editing is enabled by default for new articles, comments, email replies, and the cover letters that go with emailed articles.

This setting allows users to deactivate rich text editing.

When rich text edit mode has been deactivated, all the rich text controls for formatting text, inserting images and links, etc., are not displayed. Instead, the user has access to the raw article content.

Note: When plain text edit mode is in use, the Set Plain Text when Posting user preference comes into play.

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Article: Doc310 (permalink)
Date: March 22, 2008; 4:24:42 PM EDT
Author Name: Documentation Importer
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