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Topic # 157505 3-Dec-2014 09:50
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I just wrote a post on the forums and underlined two words. However they didn't appear in the post after I had submitted it.

I'm using Google Chrome browser.

Any other info needed from my end?

(BTW, I've deliberately underlined this entire post to see if it shows up.)




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  Reply # 1187712 3-Dec-2014 09:51
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The Underlining was there in my first post until I submitted it. Now it's not there.




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  Reply # 1187723 3-Dec-2014 10:04
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Underline is one of the attributes that is removed by TinyMCE after submit because it's actually created as a style, not HTML tag - and style are filtered out.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1187725 3-Dec-2014 10:07
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freitasm: Underline is one of the attributes that is removed by TinyMCE after submit because it's actually created as a style, not HTML tag - and style are filtered out.



So you're saying that the Underline button is actually redundant?




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  Reply # 1187741 3-Dec-2014 10:31
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Ok, thanks.

Is there any way that you could remove that button?




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  Reply # 1187802 3-Dec-2014 11:13
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You can, but will you? ;)

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  Reply # 1187836 3-Dec-2014 11:29
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Underling is the work of the devil, and a sure fire way to make a graphic designer/lay out artist etc. spit and pull their hair out. It might emphasis text, but will also often make it difficult to read.

 

 

i.e. is that a capital I or capital L.

 

 

OK the font in this forum has serifs on the I, which helps a bit, but there are better ways to stress text.




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  Reply # 1187841 3-Dec-2014 11:34
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Behodar: You can, but will you? ;)

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  Reply # 1187884 3-Dec-2014 12:32
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short answer use bbcode for underline and strikeout.

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