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TinyMCE agus Músgraí WYSIWYM WP: screenshots

These screenshots are all of Músgraí WYSIWYM WP with its Irish language user interface. Other than the text strings, the English localisation behaves exactly the same.

The default TinyMCE user interface in WordPress

The un-modified TinyMCE / WordPress user interface.

The TinyMCE user interface, modified by Músgraí WYSIWYM WP

The modified TinyMCE user interface, modified by Músgraí WYSIWYM WP.

The TinyMCE user interface: general notation buttons

The modified TinyMCE user interface showing the general notation buttons dropdown: non-breaking space, non-breaking hyphen, m- and n-dash and so on...

The TinyMCE user interface: linguistic notation buttons

The modified TinyMCE user interface showing the linguistic notation buttons dropdown: small letter iota aand small letter schwa.

The TinyMCE user interface: alphabets buttons

The modified TinyMCE user interface showing the alphabets button dropdown, with the Gaelic font and the Insular script buttons nested under it.

The TinyMCE user interface: Gaelic font characters

The modified TinyMCE user interface showing the Gaelic font buttons: Tironian et, small letter dot-less i, the asperated consonants and so on...

The TinyMCE user interface: Insular script characters

The modified TinyMCE user interface showing the Insular script buttons: small- and capital consonants such as d, f, g, r ans s.

The TinyMCE user interface, displaying specialised notational characters

The modified TinyMCE user interface, with Músgraí WYSIWYM WP-generated special characters seen on the editing page, and they displaying correctly.

The public view of a WordPress page, displaying specialised notational characters

A WordPress web page, with Músgraí WYSIWYM WP-generated special characters displaying correctly on it.

The TinyMCE user interface: semantic markup menu

The modified TinyMCE user interface showing the semantic markup menu: italic, highlight, emphasis, importance and so on...

The TinyMCE user interface: the headings menu

The modified TinyMCE user interface showing the headings dropdown (2 go 6).

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