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01/05/2017 06:38:40 AM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #35760, comment 6

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    22> The other option to move toward is inline editing within the preview itself. This needs to be explored regardless, but it doesn't really help solve the space constraint problem since text widgets would commonly appear in a theme sidebar location that is no wider than the customizer controls are, so there wouldn't be any extra room for the toolbars.
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    4 Thinking this is the best option. It's true the space in the widget may be small/narrow, but that is exactly how it will look after saving. Then if the editor in inline, it will be the "perfect" preview (or rather "no preview needed" as the perception is that the "real thing" is being changed, not that there is an editor and separate preview) :)
     4Thinking this is the best option. It's true the space in the widget may be small/narrow, but that is exactly how it will look after saving. Then if the editor is in inline mode, it will be the "perfect" preview (or rather "no preview needed" as the perception is that the "real thing" is being changed, not that there is an editor and separate preview) :)
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    66Second best imho is the "wide widget" from the above screenshot, if it doesn't cover the actual widget area. Then the editor would not need to be WYSIWYG and can probably have more streamlined UI / toolbars.