Posted by : Deepak Vasudevan Friday, December 01, 2006

Inbox.com WYSIWYG Editor

I think there is more to appreciate Inbox.com than just serving as a simple suite of web applications. We would like to recall about our testimony on Inbox.com sometime back. This post should serve as some more internal analysis on Inbox.com.

While writing this blog or an other review or even a friendly (love) letter or a sloka, I feel that Inbox.com Compose Editor (Rich Text) is more versatile and feature rich than anything else. I have seen more number of HTML TextArea editors. Inbox.com has some issues with keyboard shortcuts in the editor. I have even reported them to the helpdesk and they are working on it. Nevertheless, it is interesting that Inbox.com Compose Editor serves more than a plain vanilla editor. I would rather put it as 'WYSIWYG Web-based Notepad'.

Check out Inbox.com for your own email cum organizer account.

One Response so far.

  1. Just a quick observation. While copy pasting the HTML from Inbox.com WYSIWYG Editor to Blogger Textbox, it works fine with Mozilla FireFox but breaks formatting in Internet Explorer.

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