[oXygen-user] Applet Configuration and Extension: MathML, Office Cut and Paste
Oxygen XML Editor Support
support at oxygenxml.com
Fri Mar 8 00:59:36 CST 2013
When pasting do you get an error or is the text pasted as it is, without
Let's try this test:
We have an online demo of the applet here:
If you paste in it content from Excel does it create a DITA table for it?
Are you running the applet in Firefox or in Safari?
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On 3/7/2013 4:48 PM, Eliot Kimber wrote:
> Looking at my applet jar, I have this entry:
> <jar href="lib/nekohtml.jar"/>
> And I verified that the jar is in our plugin jar.
> So I think it should have worked. I assume this must still be a
> configuration issue on my end: any guidance on how I might debug it?
> On 3/7/13 1:28 AM, "Oxygen XML Editor Support" <support at oxygenxml.com>
>> Hi Eliot,
>> In addition to what George said, you have to make sure the applet you
>> are deploying has in its libraries list a library called "nekohtml.jar"
>> (the Author Component Sample Project from our web site comes with it).
>> That library is used in the paste process to transform the HTML
>> clipboard content to XHTML and if missing the paste will be made as
>> simple text content.
>> Radu Coravu
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>> On 3/6/2013 10:26 PM, George Cristian Bina wrote:
>>> Hi Eliot,
>>> Enabling the MathML editing support for the Author Component is
>>> described here
>>> Both the built in editing
>>> and the MathFlow integration
>>> are supported.
>>> The smart paste is configured per framework and the DITA, DocBook, TEI
>>> frameworks already have this support. If you use DITA you just need to
>>> pack the DITA framework with the Author Component. Do you want to add
>>> this for another XML language?
>>> Best Regards,
>>> George Cristian Bina
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>>> On 3/6/13 7:25 PM, Eliot Kimber wrote:
>>>> We have our Oxygen applet configured with the out-of-the-box DITA framework
>>>> and it's working well.
>>>> However, I would like to enable both MathML equation editing, either using
>>>> the simple built-in editor or, ideally, the DesignScience graphical editor.
>>>> I'd also like to be able to cut and paste from Word and Excel the way I can
>>>> in the standalone editor.
>>>> What's involved in doing this?
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