However, there's no feature to test run and no result or error reporting so you can't tell how many matches, if any, were found (it always just says "Database Updated!").
The single/multiline feature also has no effect on the search and merely decides whether the input form uses or
It's an ok start but a bit cheeky to charge for this...
Thank you for your comments - these will be integrated into a brand new version of the component, which will have improved search functionality across modules, menus and articles, previews of search and replace results and a summary of changes, search hits and replacements made.
Scheduled Release Date: 1st December 2010
- No control over the quality of the saved JPEGs
- No way to copy an image or save modifed version with another name (eg for making thumbnails)
- Not accessible from article editing pages nor on the frontend
- No handles to adjust the size of the cropping window once you've let go of the mouse button
A good start but it doesn't go far to make up the difference between Joomla and Wordpress.
Thanks for your review.
I have one comment about about:
"Not accessible from article editing pages nor on the frontend"
The "Edit image" link is added to article editing both in backend and frontend editing. When your review where written it where only added to backend editing. (from version 2.3 it´s also added to frontend editing)
To avoid confusion, I mean that it´s reachable from the image function that are placed below the texteditor, not above the texteditor.