Are you new to the forums and have problems with BBCode? Learn BBCode the easy way. Or perhaps you wouldn't need to learn it at all. There are BBCode editors on the web that are free. You can use them to edit your posts offline and then copy and paste your edited post on the forum board of your choice when you are online. Here are just two of these.
Offline BBCode Editor
Offline BBCode eDitor looks like your Windows application. It has a preview feature and has features that facilitate the formatting of one's forum post. The install package is small, but one will have to have the NET framework 2.0 installed beforehand to make it work.
The application supports Unicode and the Right-to-left reading order. It supports Arabic and English but one can use Add other languages as well. Version 2.0 is still in Beta. It can be downloaded here: Download for Offline BBCode eDitor
AHK BBCode Writer
You're probably more familiar with this BBCode application. It has been on the web for a long time. It was one of the first software of this kind that I downloaded and have been making use of. It saves your post as a .txt file and retrieves them too for editing. You can add your custom BBCodes if you wish or even smileys.
The application is compatible to XP. I installed it in Vista and it works ... sometimes :rolleyes: .
More Information and Download link: AHK BBCode Writer
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I downloaded the Offline BBCode eDitor. Looks fine.
mgeek on Mon Aug 24, 2009 5:48 pm