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what does "rich editor" mean?

when you post a comment it says rich editor at the top. what does this mean?

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lemonie7 years ago

Burf put it right, but I'll explain the word:
"Rich" is applied to food that is full of (something), here the "Rich" editor is full of formatting.
The basic one is like dry bread, "rich" being triple banana, peanut butter, dried-fruit and jam.

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kcls7 years ago
This is just a few
  • examples
  1. of what

the rich editor can do.

Acepilot42 (author)  kcls7 years ago
can only pro members use it?
kcls Acepilot427 years ago
Unfortunately, yes. Pro memberships aren't that expensive, though, and I find they are well worth it.
Acepilot42 (author)  kcls7 years ago
umm i dont
kcls Acepilot427 years ago
Oh. Sorry, then.
Acepilot42 (author)  kcls7 years ago
=P
kcls Acepilot427 years ago
Oh... so now we're sticking our tongues out at people, are we? Well two can play at that game, mister. :P)

(A really large person sticking their tongue out. Note the extra chin.)
Acepilot42 (author)  kcls7 years ago
WHAT DOES DA bottom say lol my cat pushed CAP lock lol
kcls Acepilot427 years ago
Copy and paste it into MS Word or Notepad, then it blows it up bigger.
Acepilot42 (author)  kcls7 years ago
i have bigger eyes tho =P
kcls Acepilot427 years ago
Ugh, fine... you win this round. I will return, though!
Acepilot42 (author)  kcls7 years ago
muahahahaha! tehe... =P =D =/ =} ={
orksecurity7 years ago
Rich is the opposite of poor, and the current default editor is, alas, pretty poor. See the grumbles about losing paragraph breaks, among other things.
Burf7 years ago

It means, if you want things likes beaks for paragraphs, or HTML, clickable links, bold or italics , etc. you should use the "Rich Editor."