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Topic # 124688 16-Jul-2013 11:58
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When I replied in the following forum, I noticed that the editor had changed. When I used a bulleted list additional lines appeared in the posted reply. I tried editing it to remove them but they returned.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=141&topicid=124676&page_no=1#856334

Edit: I was using Firefox 22.0 in Windows 8.

Also found that I have to edit source code to add text before a link starting the post and after a link ending a post.

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  Reply # 856357 16-Jul-2013 12:03
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I was using Firefox 22.0 in Windows 8.

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  Reply # 856360 16-Jul-2013 12:05
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Also found that I have to edit source code to add text before a link starting the post and after a link ending a post.

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  Reply # 857416 16-Jul-2013 13:59
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I've found this too, using Firefox. I just ended up having to go into the source editor and add < pre > tags in

Edit:it formatted the pre tag..




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  Reply # 862825 20-Jul-2013 23:25
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Its doing that annoying thing that some websites do where a custom font is used for the controls, so as I dont allow fonts I just get a row of boxes with numbers in them. Can it be changed to using images as should be done?

I never got the point of using a custom font for navigation buttons vs a sprite image which doesnt require me to accept random fonts from over the place.




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  Reply # 862877 21-Jul-2013 05:27
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richms: Its doing that annoying thing that some websites do where a custom font is used for the controls, so as I dont allow fonts I just get a row of boxes with numbers in them. Can it be changed to using images as should be done?

I never got the point of using a custom font for navigation buttons vs a sprite image which doesnt require me to accept random fonts from over the place.


You block webfonts, why?

Webfont's don't get installed into your system they are just another http request that gets cached by the browser, not unlike images!




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  Reply # 862932 21-Jul-2013 11:15
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Because most are ugly ones that are hard to read unless I zoom up. Not many places need them at all other than this insanity of using them for non text stuff.




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