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HTMLEditor as an Applet

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I have to write an HTMLEditor as an Applet. The Editor does not have to have a lot of functionality, just the standard. As I am not the king of java I would be happy if someone could throw in some ideas how to solve this this task or even has a functional programm.
thx brausy
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by:BaneBane
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Take a look at http://www.javashareware.com/

Hope this helps
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Opps,

Take a look at the site:
http://www.realobjects.de/

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edit-on® Pro  -
WYSIWYG HTML Rich-Text- Editor as a Java Applet
...

I'm sure you could get some useful ideas from there.

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yes almost what i have been looking for, the only problem is that there is no source code included and I would need that one as I need a individual GUI.
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Well, the code is in Java so you may want to decompile it. Since you are only interested in some ideas and not reselling it....

you may want to take a look at:
http://www.softpile.com/Development/Java/Review_03171_index.html

Hope this helps

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woudln´t it be easier to have a real source code or a similar program already written as freeware. If you know something like that, it would fullfill my desire. Anyway I am writing that stuff for a company so it is for reselling.

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you didn´t really solve my problem, but I got some inspirations. thanks for your help! reconstructor might help!
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