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  1. #1
    Joe Guest

    RTF Java Applet


    I am looking for a wysiwyg html or rtf applet that I can include on a content
    entry form in the application I am developing. The applet needs to run on
    both Windows and Mac platforms. Does anyone know of any good java applets
    that I could use for this purpose?

  2. #2
    Ruchi Dhar Guest

    Re: RTF Java Applet


    RTF is now inbuilt in java swing. The JTextPane supports RTF formatted data
    to be displayed. You don't need any special tricks in displaying RTF in
    java applets. You can look into the standard java demos stylepad example.

    Ruchi Dhar


    "Joe" <joseph.hilger@eds.com> wrote:
    >
    >I am looking for a wysiwyg html or rtf applet that I can include on a content
    >entry form in the application I am developing. The applet needs to run

    on
    >both Windows and Mac platforms. Does anyone know of any good java applets
    >that I could use for this purpose?



  3. #3
    Joe Guest

    Re: RTF Java Applet


    Thanks for the help. Unfortunately, I do not want to build anything. We
    are looking for something that will allow us to copy and paste things from
    Word (preserving formatting) and then save the content in HTML format.

    Do you know of any out of the box tested solutions that use this JTextPane?

    "Ruchi Dhar" <ruchidhar@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >RTF is now inbuilt in java swing. The JTextPane supports RTF formatted

    data
    >to be displayed. You don't need any special tricks in displaying RTF in
    >java applets. You can look into the standard java demos stylepad example.
    >
    >Ruchi Dhar
    >
    >
    >"Joe" <joseph.hilger@eds.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>I am looking for a wysiwyg html or rtf applet that I can include on a content
    >>entry form in the application I am developing. The applet needs to run

    >on
    >>both Windows and Mac platforms. Does anyone know of any good java applets
    >>that I could use for this purpose?

    >



  4. #4
    MarkN Guest

    Re: RTF Java Applet


    You can save a Word Document as HTML.

    If this doesn't answer your question then try and describe your process without
    describing the exact technologies you wish to use. It is not clear what
    you are trying to accomplish.

    Mark


    "Joe" <joseph.hilger@eds.com> wrote:
    >
    >Thanks for the help. Unfortunately, I do not want to build anything. We
    >are looking for something that will allow us to copy and paste things from
    >Word (preserving formatting) and then save the content in HTML format.
    >
    >Do you know of any out of the box tested solutions that use this JTextPane?
    >
    >"Ruchi Dhar" <ruchidhar@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>RTF is now inbuilt in java swing. The JTextPane supports RTF formatted

    >data
    >>to be displayed. You don't need any special tricks in displaying RTF in
    >>java applets. You can look into the standard java demos stylepad example.
    >>
    >>Ruchi Dhar
    >>
    >>
    >>"Joe" <joseph.hilger@eds.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>I am looking for a wysiwyg html or rtf applet that I can include on a

    content
    >>>entry form in the application I am developing. The applet needs to run

    >>on
    >>>both Windows and Mac platforms. Does anyone know of any good java applets
    >>>that I could use for this purpose?

    >>

    >



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