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  Reply # 1474293 19-Jan-2016 07:02
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On a new thread (which is where I have the problem)

 

 

 

Paragraph one.

 

Paragraph two.

 

Paragraph three.

 

 

 

Turns into

 

 

 

<p>Paragraph one.</p>
<p>Paragraph two.</p>
<p>Paragraph three.</p>

 

 

 

Line breaks are different too. Before I think I hit enter twice between paragraphs. Now I only need to hit enter once, the gap looks bigger.




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  Reply # 1474300 19-Jan-2016 07:31
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Thanks. Still different from mine - I still need more information to be able to identify this - browser/OS/any script blockers. Is this typing into the window or copy and paste?







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  Reply # 1474309 19-Jan-2016 07:59
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Latest Chrome on W7 and W10, Adblock Plus. Typing into a Window. If you have real trouble with it drop into my place some time.




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  Reply # 1474321 19-Jan-2016 08:38
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IE11, Windows 7, work computer wink

2nd Line, hit shift + return twice to get here, showed a single line gap between line above. Single return to this line, no shift, shows a smaller gap to the line written above.  


edit.

 

First 2x shift plus enter entries have been retained.

 

Single return has now merged into the line above once edited.


Should also point out that this was in the quick reply section to the thread.  I didn't go into the formal compose a reply section.

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  Reply # 1474325 19-Jan-2016 08:45
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 On my work PC, where I've had the problem, is running IE 11 (Windows 7 and Citrix).

 

There's definitely an ad blocker running, but I can't see what it is (believe it to be Adblock Plus).

 

 

 

Shows up as:

 

<p>&nbsp;On my work PC, where I've had the problem, is running IE 11 (Windows 7 and Citrix).</p>
<p>There's definitely an ad blocker running, but I can't see what it is (believe it to be Adblock Plus).</p>

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  Reply # 1474328 19-Jan-2016 08:47
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 On my work PC, where I've had the problem, is running IE 11 (Windows 7 and Citrix). There's definitely an ad blocker running, but I can't see what it is (believe it to be Adblock Plus).   Shows up as: <p>&nbsp;On my work PC, where I've had the problem, is running IE 11 (Windows 7 and Citrix).</p>
<p>There's definitely an ad blocker running, but I can't see what it is (believe it to be Adblock Plus).</p>

 

(as it shows when I go to edit the post)

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  Reply # 1474513 19-Jan-2016 12:29
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Firefox 43.0.4 - no adblock in this browser.

 

Biggest issue I have is that when I press quote on things it strips all the line breaks out of that before giving me the editor. Like this:

 

Click to see full size

 

You can see its killed the new lines before the (as it shows part of that.

 

Also this moving down 2 lines when I press enter once is super annoying.

 

 




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  Reply # 1474565 19-Jan-2016 13:05
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Another Firefox* user chiming in here. I just created a thread with the RTE, went back to add a word, and lost the paragraphs.

 

The original post had a <p> element for each paragraph, but the "internal" elements were removed when I edited (ie. there was still a single <p> element around the entire post, but no </p><p> between paragraphs).

 

*SeaMonkey 2.39, which is based on Firefox 42.

 

Edit: Same problem as richms with quotes; I just tried quoting his post and lost all the paragraphs.

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  Reply # 1474580 19-Jan-2016 13:17
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Thats the only type I do.




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  Reply # 1474632 19-Jan-2016 13:49
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http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=81&topicid=190995&page_no=1#1474557   

 

peter reader has extra spaces added ie the double line spacing, and im a work PC running Win7 over citrix and using IE11

 

ill post the screen shot up later

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  Reply # 1474847 19-Jan-2016 19:39
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Hello folks... I have found the piece of code with the problem. Working on it so will have a release later today.

 

Stay tuned!





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  Reply # 1474883 19-Jan-2016 20:45
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testing

 

single enter

 

 

 

double enter
shift enter


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