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dj_coleman



Joined: Feb 17, 2010
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I have downloaded the latest all-in-one and installed it. I can start the full IDE no problem and it all works. I can also use the HTML editor there fine.

It is not clear how to configure/install the SNAP for HTML editing? I have checked various docs for the last hour but cant see anything obvious.

Can you please adviuse how to install the SNAPs? I am only really interested in the HTML wysiwyg editor.

thanks
 
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Support-Brian
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DJ,

The SNAPs are unfortunately not available for the current release of MyEclipse. We will be taking another look at bringing them back later this year, but I cannot commit to that yet. Please note that within MyEclipse, you can still use the HTML editor on files which don't exist in the workspace by using the File > Open action. Hope this helps.

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dj_coleman



Joined: Feb 17, 2010
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ok well that explains why the SNAPs do not work.

I only downloaded myEclipse for the snap html editor - that was over 700MB. Then the installer downloaded another 700MB... then I find out that the thing that you have all over your website and in demos is not included. Very misleading and a waste of my time.
 
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huisma13



Joined: Nov 30, 2006
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dj_coleman wrote:
<snippet> I only downloaded myEclipse for the snap html editor - that was over 700MB. Then the installer downloaded another 700MB... </snippet>

No, it didn't, it copied (installed) all 700 MB of what you downloaded from <tmp> to the location you selected for installation.

If you need a stand-alone html editor, there are way lighter packages to find on the i-net, like Notepad++ and other even more html-dedicated (and also free) editors, than a full-blown but half-loaded Eclipse install.
(Me, I'm not waiting for the SNAPs to return)
 
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