Support for Textile (and markdown?) when editing a page part. I know this is a tricky decision... if you didn't offer WYSIWYG, everyone would be requesting it instead. But because WYSIWYG will eventually populate a page with at least some unwanted code, it often creates another design problem for the designer when a client takes over and start updating pages themselves. I usually end up teaching clients basic html when we both get frustrated enough with the results of WYSIWYG. I've used Textile for years and can't find anything lacking in it for basic content structuring in simple pages or articles.
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