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Topic # 51577 29-Nov-2009 22:02
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Testing testing...

First word should have underline and second should have a line striked through it.


While I do know that some changes have been done to the post processing bit, but we don't want to be doomed to a world of only formatting posts with italics and bolds Tongue out


Any chance we can see underline and strike through (< u > and < strike >) return Mauricio?




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  Reply # 277612 29-Nov-2009 22:09
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manhinli: Testing testing...?


Mine came through alright it seems... when I used <u> and <strike>




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  Reply # 277614 29-Nov-2009 22:10
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Hmm.

I don't see anything. Even when I quote myself.


It might be a mod level thing.




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  Reply # 277615 29-Nov-2009 22:11
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Could be. Mmmm...




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  Reply # 277617 29-Nov-2009 22:13
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I think I've got to the bottom of this.

Realised now that the the TinyMCE RTE uses the new compliant - spans are blocked, but using works - same with strike


Darn... any possible change to the code generated through TinyMCE then?




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  Reply # 277618 29-Nov-2009 22:16
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You see what you've done? You wrote something without closing it, so your entire post - including signature, is underlined.

And you want us to trust the users?






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  Reply # 277619 29-Nov-2009 22:16
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Screwed my post now - somehow spans worked? (there was code I put just before the hyphen which had the span in it...)

Now I'm really confused.




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  Reply # 277621 29-Nov-2009 22:19
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freitasm: You see what you've done? You wrote something without closing it, so your entire post - including signature, is underlined.

And you want us to trust the users?


Ah I see what you mean. Frown

Accident as it was, that's true... (closed off < u > and < strike > but leaked span code)


Just seems so... plain to use only bold and italics. Sometimes underlines do come useful.




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  Reply # 277626 29-Nov-2009 22:39
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Oh. I don't use TinyMCE... I handcoded the HTML manually.




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  Reply # 279276 4-Dec-2009 11:49
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Also note that it depends on the browser. Some browser create the underline tags, some create the span tag. This is not controlled by TinyMCE but by the browser itself...





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