I'm using this function to show the tinyMCE editor on an ajax requested form:
So, you need to invoke the remote method using this syntax:
I use waitPointer and defaultPointer to do the request more intuitive for the user that is wainting for the server. But you only need this:
Another problem is to get the textarea value before you send the filled form. I use this function:
And invoke it onclick:
The past few days has been very fun and exciting for me. I met great hackers (a couple of them were also friends) and all the presentations I attended have been really interesting. I am happy enough with my presentation and with the questions that people asked to me at the end. Thanks to Marc-AndrÃƒÂ© for sending me a video showing his Generator for my presentation, I thought that people enjoyed it. I hope that Mono, Castle, and MonoDevelop will gain more users here in Tenerife and the free/libre software production will increase in the Canary Islands.
You can read Alvaro's post about the conference, it is very nice; thank you very much for everything Alvaro. To talk with Rodrigo Moya, Antonio Larrosa, Steve McIntyre, Esteban Manchado and Agustin Benito was really nice. I also want to say thanks to Paco Almeida, RenÃƒÂ© MartÃƒÂn, AdriÃƒÂ¡n Santos & Javier Quijada for let me talk in the conference and for their effort in this big conference.
Yesterday when I took Steve to the airport in the south, the fly delayed 6 hours (initial estimated time 21, final real time 2.30). It was incredible but It was fun for me because we went to a beautiful beach to drink free beer and Steve told to me cool news about the future of Debian, some brilliant hacks and some other amazing things. I will post some photos when people send them to me.
See you soon my friends.
Update: Steve's photos. (Im the red t-shirt guy)
Me complace anunciar que la prÃƒÂ³xima semana se celebra el I Encuentro de Software Libre de la ULL. Mis felicitaciones a la organizaciÃƒÂ³n porque realmente han conseguido un evento muy atractivo tanto por los contenidos como por los ponentes. TambiÃƒÂ©n estoy muy contento de poder participar con una ponencia en las jornadas. Mas info sobre mi ponencia aqui. Espero que esta sea la primera de muchas otras jornadas. Enhorabuena
Miguel wrote a fantastic Gtk# control for NPlot. The problem is that this tarball is using Gtk#1. To use Gtk# 2 you must to change lib/Makefile and replace gtk-sharp with gtk-sharp-2.0. You can download the fixed tarball here. This is another code example to draw a histogram:
#if GTKusing Gtk;