Peter Dekkers 07 May 2009
We frequently use the TinyMCE WYSIWYG here at Springload, and were faced with the problem of it not resizing when content gets added. This resulted in a limited overview of the content and a lot of scrolling.
Without the plugin, the content is sad and cramped.
TinyMCE comes with an experimental method called "auto_resize", which provides a way to remedy that: it makes the WYSIWYG editor expand as more content gets added. But it was experimental for a reason. It provided a good basis though, and so using it as inspiration we set out and created a plugin for TinyMCE. It should hopefully fix the problems of the bundled experimental method. And it's always good to give back to the Open Source community.
With the plugin... ah who am I kidding! Mimes are born sad.
We've tested in the following browsers: IE6, IE7, IE8, Safari 3, Firefox2, Firefox3, Opera 9 and Chrome 1.