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    Re: any good WYSIWYG for editing HTML files?

    Quote Originally Posted by walts48 View Post
    Did you download and install the SeaMonkey 32-bit build or the 64-bit contributed build?

    https://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/#contrib

    I prefer the contributed build over the Ubuntuzilla build, because it is exactly the same, and I don't have to wait for it to show up in the repository.
    My system is Lubuntu 16.04 LTS 32-bit.

    I downloaded the .bz2 from here: https://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/#MainDownloads

    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly41 View Post
    Just for good measure ..

    here is a clip of Scribus (svg) export rendered in SeaMonkey.
    As 1clue had said, the drawback to this method is that I cannot select the text from the HTML normally this way, I usually employ a TTS reader to read clipboard for me, so your method would make that difficult, and also, my work wouldn't be able to be indexed by search engines, so there's that.

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    Thumbs up Re: any good WYSIWYG for editing HTML files?

    Many pages to read, but...
    I've just installed SeaMonkey.
    The Composer is GREAT!
    Exactly what I need: simple, robust and effective.
    Thank you all!

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    Re: any good WYSIWYG for editing HTML files?

    Quote Originally Posted by registrazioni-h View Post
    Many pages to read, but...
    I've just installed SeaMonkey.
    The Composer is GREAT!
    Exactly what I need: simple, robust and effective.
    Thank you all!
    Thank you too, I have installed SeaMonkey as well
    Have been looking for a WYSIWYG editor for ages until I found this thread.
    It's the first program I've ever installed using the Terminal!

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    Re: any good WYSIWYG for editing HTML files?

    I have never so far tried seamonkey, nor used it from either a .deb install or simply by running the executable from the downloaded .tar.bz.

    I have, however, used firefox as the .tar.bz archive in an installation of Debian 10 which does not have the "real" firefox in its repos, only the firefox.esr version. In DEbian 10 the version updates itself automatically if there's an update available when you start it. I'm not sure if that is a user setting in the preferences, but it certainly has worked without a problem so far, though the auto-update surprised me somewhat.
    DISTRO: Xubuntu 18.04-64bit --- Code-tags --- Boot-Repair --- Grub2 wiki & Grub2 Basics --- RootSudo --- Wireless-Info --- SolvedThreads

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