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wysiwyg editor for wordpress widgets

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I'm looking for a good wysiwyg editor for wordpress widgets.  Anyone know of one either for free or to purchase? My servers run linux and apache also.
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wait, I'm not sure what you are aiming.
Do you want to make new widgets (like design from scratch) and need WYSIWYG editor for it, or do you want to edit the content of existing widgets?

I dunno for the first one, but for the second one you can try this: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wysiwyg-text-widget/
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yes, I need a wysiwyg editor so my clients don't have to type in html into text widgets.
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The link will provide you exactly the thing :-)
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tried that plugin but it breaks when you tried to move the text widget over to the widget area.
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no sure.  it actually is for the page editor, not widgets.
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there's no good wysiwyg editors out there for wordpress?
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Thanks!
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