The Rich Text Editor Component can be used on Appian interfaces where you want to show the rich text information in readable format to the end user. We can use the component to show it as an email subject typing interface.
With this component you can add images, customize tables etc. This also has a functionality called placeholders using which you can use the same information in multiple items in the editor without retyping. Additionally it allows uploading of images which get stored in the specified Appian folder (requires separate install of the Rich Text Editor Connected System Plugin from https://community.appian.com/b/appmarket/posts/rich-text-editor-image-upload-connected-system).
I can see a while ago that a new parameter has been added for "browser based spell check". That was part of version 1.1.0
In particular I need to know what to do so that I get Greek spelling check inside Appian editors.
What needs to be done at the browser level? (install a dictionary? install any browser plugin?) Can you please elaborate?
We found a bug in the rich text editor component: The "undo" button in the component does not appear to save the new rich text value into saveInto variable. While in the interface the most recent change does seem to be undone when the "undo" button is clicked, it does not save the new value into the variable we are saving to.
Steps to reproduce:
Hi bhavikavWe are using getContentService() method to store the uploaded document to the Appian. Since Connected System Java API doesn't have an API yet to store and retrieve the Appian documents, we are using the deprecated API from Appian Public Java APIs.
Thanks for providing this as a plugin and we try to use this for the use case to edit comments and highlight values.Observed that after 21.1,we receive a notification on health check as below,
Advanced Rich Text Editor (com.vuram.advancedrichtexteditor.csp) references deprecated Appian APIs[deprecated] com.appiancorp.suiteapi.common.ServiceLocator.getContentService(com.appiancorp.services.ServiceContext)
Could you please help me understand the error or any information will be much helpful
Hi,are you able to elaborate if you are going to consider adding the 'requiredMessage' parameter to your Component in the next release? We would like to request an enhancement: Adding the parameter 'requiredMessage' to the component.Doing so would achieve full compatibility with the Paragraph field.requiredMessage (Text): Custom message to display when the field's value is required and not provided.
We utilise this plugin on our application. We would like to include images (.png / .jpeg etc) images within the rich text editor.
Whilst there is the ability to add these via your connected system, it is my understanding that the image will only render if the recipient has access to our application. Please let me know if I am incorrect.
Is the ability to simply copy and paste an image into the rich text editor is on your roadmap, and that the image will render if the recipient is not an application user?
If you have any questions, please let me know.
We would like to request an enhancement: Adding the parameter 'requiredMessage' to the component.Doing so would achieve full compatibility with the Paragraph field.requiredMessage (Text): Custom message to display when the field's value is required and not provided.
Thanks for consideration in the next release. Would help us a lot.
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