I think this would be nearly impossible. The styles look correct on the page (preview mode) because of cascading inheritance via the parent HTML elements. Inside the editor it stands alone, out of context with the page placement. Additionally, the same content could look very different on different pages. Even if this could be done, which page would the editor take it's style cues from?
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Is it possible to make the site styles render in the WYSIWYG editor? We have some folks complaining that styles don't "look right", but in preview it does look correct.
That would be a really awesome feature if it is possible.
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