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Why not use the tiny_mce compressor module?

Sep 16, 2007 at 12:57 PM
Hello, I suggest you use the TinyMCE compressor... Is there a specific reason why you are not useing it right now?

Serverside GZip compresses TinyMCE to reduce overall download size. Makes TinyMCE 75% smaller and a lot faster to load.

Besides loading faster, because it has a lot of small files, it's much easier and faster to deploy on my server trough ftp...
Sep 16, 2007 at 1:18 PM
Because it uses the CharpZipLib compression library. .NET 2.0 can compress natively without third-party libraries. It is a good idea though. I have been tuning the performance of the TinyMCE during this weekend. I hope it is noticable.