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WYSIWYG Editor Problems

Started by Goss, October 28, 2010, 10:33:49 PM

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Goss

So, I've been having a few issues with the WYSIWYG editor on my forum.  It seems to have the most issues with size tags.  I'm using SMF 2.0 RC3.

For example, I tested with the following code on my forum:
[color=green][size=3]This is 12pt green font[/size][/color]

Now, this seems to work fine at first.  However, if I toggle between the code view and the WYSIWYG editor, then the size tag transforms into the following (this also happens if you go back and edit a post):
[color=green][size=1.35em]This is 12pt green font[/size][/color]

This displayed the green text, but did not parse the size tags.  While that code all shows up properly here, on my forum it does not. 

However, if I manually change the code to the following, it does work:
[color=green][size=1.3em]This is 12pt green font[/size][/color]
Removing the second number after the decimal seems to get it to work properly.

Oh, and besides that, sometimes the size tags seem to vanish entirely when going back to edit or toggling between editor modes.

Does anyone have any idea on how this might be fixed?  Or a workaround?  I'm in the process of a transferring a forum over to SMF and this is a feature my members were really looking forward to.  But I'm a bit worried with the bugs I've been finding with it.

willemjan

There are some known bugs with that option. I guess this is one more. For the existing bugs look here:

http://dev.simplemachines.org/mantis/view.php?id=4477

Maybe anyone could move this to bug reports?

Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

Hi Goss, is this still an issue? Have you tried RC4, and does it still do that?
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Goss

I've since upgraded to RC4 and a lot of my previous editor issues seem to be resolved.  Thanks!  =)

Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

Slava
Ukraini!


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