Glowbead asks: "I'm trying to find a java applet that can be used instead of a textarea for use in a Content Management System I'm working on. I basically need something that will let someone who's in charge of managing content to do spot formating (bold, italic, underline, H1, etc) without the need to know any html tags. I've found one called edit-on Pro that looks like it will do the trick from Real Objects. It's a pretty slick little applet that seems to work well under Netscape 4.x, Mozilla, and IE. The only problems are that I've tried for close to a week to get in touch with the company, with no luck, and it's not Open Source. I've also seen a few that are Windows only (dll plugin based). I'd really like to find something like this that is cross platform (as edit-on is) and free (as in speech) so that I can modify it to my needs and so that the whole system could be released at some point in the future. Does anyone know of anything good for this purpose?"