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    Default Need to display a non editable HtmlEditor in a form

    Hi!

    In our application, we need to display some rendered HTML inside a form. This HtmlEditor will be used as a preview of a (HTML) mail to be send. The user cannot modify the content. An additional (editable) textarea has been added so that users can add their own comments before sending the mail.

    I would like to know if it is possible to add a non editable HtmlEditor to a Ext.FormPanel. I already removed the toolbar.


    Thank you

    Philippe

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    Wouldn't it be a lot easier to use the StaticTextField user extension?

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    Hi
    Even i am in the need of Non editable html editor. i.e., preview of a html editor
    can you please tell me how did u achieved it
    and also what should i do to remove the Toolbar

    Thank you

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    You can remove individual tool bar options with the following enabled or disabled as required by adding this to the html editor properties.
    Code:
    enableFont: false,
    enableFontSize: false,
    enableSourceEdit: false,
    enableAlignments: false,
    enableColors: false,
    enableFormat: false,
    enableLinks: false,
    enableLists: false

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    I'm also interested in a clean way to disable the html editor because the textual preview it provides is MUCH better that the textarea, especially when displaying HTML rich content.

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    Ya thanks for the reply
    i could hide the toolbar .....but how can i make the textarea as non editable....or readonly....

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    Bump. I am also interested in a read-only/non-editable HTMLEditor. Is there a clean way to do this?

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