What is that option in text editor to change font and add colors?
I read somewhere long back on your forums, that one of guys replied that by hitting Alt + Space or something else which will bring an additional bar of formatting in the text editor.
Could you tell me which are those keyboard buttons? I tried but couldn’t get it work.
it’s ALT + B, i think.
did try u searching this on the faq?
Great. Thanks. I got it.
Kudos to you.
I have just installed Firefox 2.0, the latest version. My problem is that I can no longer add color to my text or any of the other choices in the additional bar.
ALT+B opens my bookmarks dropdown menu. And ALT+V drops down the view menu. Has anyone else had this problem since switching? Because I think it may be linked to it. Actually I have fiddled with trying ALT+ with all keys, and no go. Help please.
I’m not well versed at HTML at all.
Thank so much timethief. :) I am no HTML wiz, by a long shot but I apprieciate your help anyways.
I just opened up my blog in (yikes)IE 7 and ALT+V brings down the bottom half of the rich text editor options. I must of been right in assuming Firefox 2.0 had something to do with it. Is it ever going to be compatible with wordpress.com’s rich text editor?? Good God I hope so, I hate the thought of using IE. lol But at least for now I have a work around.
Wishing I had stuck with both IE 6 and Firefox 1.5 a.k.a.velvethammer
firefox 22.214.171.124 has issues http://wordpress.com/forums/topic.php?id=5206&replies=10
and I can’t be bothered with the text rich editor issues. I shut it off on all my blogs and I use the regular editor along with BlogDesk – it works for me! :)
It’s Alt-V or Alt-Shift-V (if Alt-V brings down the view toolbar menu)
Thanks timethief for you time and efforts. :)
And engtech you saved me from having to blog in IE. You have made my day! In Firefox 2.0 I need to use the ALT+Shift+V shortcut.
*velvethammer bows down to the experts. ;)
I came over hunting for this info for Firefox 2.0. Glad to know of the alternative! And it works!
Why is firefox 2.0 doing that default thingy with the alt things?
I cannot use any of the wordpress alt shortcuts without including the shift as part of the shortcut.
Is there any way to override that?
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