So I use an internet browser named Opera (opera.com), and NS's text editor seems to only allow Mozilla, Netscape and IExplorer to use the WYSIWYG. Opera is a pretty legit browser, and it works everywhere else, so I don't see any reason to not let it work here. Shouldn't be too much trouble to add Opera to the list of browsers that is allowed to use the WYSIWYG feature. =)
Yes... I assume so... where can I check that? Whenever I want to write something it reads the following about the text box: "Your web browser does not support WYSIWYG (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get) editable web content. Please consider upgrading to Mozilla (v1.3 or newer), Mozilla Firefox (v0.7 or newer), Netscape (v7.1 or newer) or Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows (v4.0 or newer)." Note that opera and opera mobile or whatever it's called are two different browsers... still seems pretty strange.
Nah I dno about that but I can't do anything. For instance, I can't start a new line. Check this out. NEW LINE STARTS HERE --->
This is on the line below the arrow!
I can't do anything but write text. :S