- by Firefox user 13954098, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Works great. I just had to install `edit-server' with `M-x package-install edit-server RET' and add
to my init file.
- by Firefox user 13512248, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5This is a life saver and can replace the no longer working It'ts All text extension (under condition that you know how to use the Emacs editor).
I use it for example to edit "technical" Mediawiki pages.
- by Emmanuel Halbwachs, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5I was a happy user of It's all Text, which stopped working with Firefox 57+. When searching for a replacement, I found Textern, but it was cumbersome with this third-party python edit server (but editor agnostic, for sure). For Emacs users, the edit server is a package on MELPA, so installation is straightforward. The counterpart is that it's Emacs-specific.
I can now happily edit text areas with my editor of choice again.
- by tangxinfa, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5It works very well, good job.
Suggest put the following documention in the readme for easy to use:
1, Install edit-server in emacs
It's in "Settings->Information"
2, Start editing in firefox with shortcut key "Alt+Enter" when focused on textarea
It's in "Settings->configuration", please enable "Alt+Enter" by default.
3, The actions support by edit buffer
`C-c C-c` to done edit