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what does "rich editor" mean? Answered

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

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lemonie

Best Answer 8 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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kcls

8 years ago

Thisisjusta few
  • examples
  1. of what

the rich editor can do.

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Acepilot42kcls

Answer 8 years ago

can only pro members use it?

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kclsAcepilot42

Answer 8 years ago

Unfortunately, yes. Pro memberships aren't that expensive, though, and I find they are well worth it.

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kclsAcepilot42

Answer 8 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.)

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Acepilot42kcls

Answer 8 years ago

WHAT DOES DA bottom say lol my cat pushed CAP lock lol

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kclsAcepilot42

Answer 8 years ago

Copy and paste it into MS Word or Notepad, then it blows it up bigger.

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Acepilot42kcls

Answer 8 years ago

i have bigger eyes tho =P

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kclsAcepilot42

Answer 8 years ago

Ugh, fine... you win this round. I will return, though!

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Acepilot42kcls

Answer 8 years ago

muahahahaha! tehe... =P =D =/ =} ={

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orksecurity

8 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.

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Burf

8 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."