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Hi,

is there a HTML WYSIWYG control / component for Flash Builder 4 available?
I need to edit HTML text in my Flash Builder 4 app.
The RichEditableText doesn't support tables and I think also some other tags are missing
so I'm looking for an editor like fckeditor and tinymce ...

Thanks,

Andre
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Those tags are something that Flash does not fully support, so in that sense, there is no editor that supports full HTML tags...  Love to be proven wrong on this though...

CyanBlue
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Thanks for your support
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