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Previously when developing my own community website in Drupal 6, I've never know what people like when dealing with text editor. So I simply go with Ckeditor and untick Convert line breaks into HTML in the Text format options.

But now developing corporate website in Drupal 7. Ckeditor is in early stage (lack of visibility option) and I cannot use wysiwyg module because it has many conflict.

One good choice is use Bueditor. It looks clean and perfect but i must tick Convert line breaks into HTML in the Text format options to make it works for paragraphs.

So, should I:

  • use wysiwyg editor and untick Convert line breaks into HTML ?
  • or use Bueditor and tick Convert line breaks into HTML ?

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You can use Wysiwyg (or CKEditor) along with most editors and use Wysiwyg Linebreaks to make the editor work great with existing content, or when switching between editors, and in other circumstances.

Also, Wysiwyg should be pretty stable (I've been using it on a ton of different sites), especially when using it with CKEditor, TinyMCE, or most other editors.

For most of my sites, I have the Convert line breaks into HTML option checked no matter what, mostly because I like being able to see/edit content without extraneous paragraph and line break tags all over the place, and so paragraphs don't get run together.

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