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Topic # 94419 10-Dec-2011 12:09 Send private message

With the BBCode I can use the quick reply for most things.

The only remaining thing for me at present is inline link formatting.

I avoid it simply because it's a pain to switch to the editor.

I rarely want to do it so it is not a biggie, just a nice to have.

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  Reply # 556329 10-Dec-2011 13:18 Send private message

Sorry I didn't understand... What exactly you want/is the problem?





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  Reply # 556338 10-Dec-2011 13:32 Send private message

testing: google

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  Reply # 556340 10-Dec-2011 13:32 Send private message

Ok, that actually works fine. I must have been doing wrong originally..

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  Reply # 556341 10-Dec-2011 13:32 Send private message

So, did it work?




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  Reply # 556344 10-Dec-2011 13:35 Send private message

As above. Maybe I messed up on my previous attempts.

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  Reply # 556345 10-Dec-2011 13:36 Send private message

The only problem exists when you use the [url] tags in the rich text editor and your browser decides to auto hyperlink the URL. In this case you should really select and click the button to remove the hyperlink. But nothing much we can do with TinyMCE...





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  Reply # 556358 10-Dec-2011 13:54 Send private message

That could have been it since I tend to use BB in the rich editor as well, which in practice now, is only after using the quote button (which automatically goes to the rich editor).

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  Reply # 556359 10-Dec-2011 13:54 Send private message

Or you can just disable the editor in your profile and use BBCode exclusively.




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  Reply # 556371 10-Dec-2011 14:22 Send private message

Lol : ) didn't know that. Done. Problem solved. Is that recent?

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  Reply # 556442 10-Dec-2011 18:53 Send private message

After I disable the rich editor in the profile options, I see something new.

When editing or quoting posts which have links in the them, I see the full html source for each link. I also see source for line breaks in some posts.

Somehow I don't think that is intentional.

It is only a problem when editing or quoting posts with any kind of links or line breaks

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  Reply # 556447 10-Dec-2011 19:09 Send private message

That's been the case since remote ages. I have thought of changing it now that we have BBCode support to actually use BBCode both ways - entering new posts and editing existing posts. If it is easier, let me know.




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  Reply # 556450 10-Dec-2011 19:18 Send private message

freitasm: That's been the case since remote ages. I have thought of changing it now that we have BBCode support to actually use BBCode both ways - entering new posts and editing existing posts. If it is easier, let me know.


Ok, I understand now. BBCode both ways would be really good.

Just a few line breaks and links make a post difficult to read when editing or quoting in the plain editor.

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  Reply # 556451 10-Dec-2011 19:19 Send private message

Yes, I agree. But it won't be until the end of next week. Will need to change some stuff in the forums.

 




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  Reply # 556452 10-Dec-2011 19:23 Send private message

That's great. I'l look forward to it whenever it appears.

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