You don't mention if you're looking for a .Net or ActiveX control.
We use XStandard xhtml control. I love the functionality but it has 2 major drawbacks
1. It's an ActiveX, no .Net component
2. It's 32bit only
UltraFormattedTextEditor does support this, it's Value property contains the html code your looking for but you'll need to design a ribbon (or toolbar) en code the event handlers, this may be a lot of work
This seems like it will work if I could figure out how to get at the html. I want to be able to assign it to a char variable that I could manipulate after. There seems to be a data property and value property that hold the html. Any idea how I reference those in progress?
ComponentOne Winform Editor looks promising
I created the screen below in a couple of minutes.
If you're refering to the ultra control:
def var cString# as char init "<b>bold</b>".
UltraFormattedTextEditor:Value = cString#. and vice versa.
You may have to box and unbox like:
UltraFormattedTextEditor:Value = box(cString#).
cString# = unbox(UltraFormattedTextEditor:Value ).