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Topic # 223590 7-Oct-2017 11:37
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Looks like a new post editor popped up a few days ago. Chrome on W10 I can't create links using the little chain symbol - the dialog pops up, but the link is never created.

 

Anyone else finding this?





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  Reply # 1878911 7-Oct-2017 11:39
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Yes, I've noticed this. You might have to select the text again and click the icon.

 

We use TinyMCE from their CDN, not a hosted version so we'll have to contact them to see what's going on but I assume it's being seen in other installs.





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  Reply # 1879217 7-Oct-2017 20:37
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There's an open bug for this behaviour.

 

Basically if you select right to left it won't work. If you select left to right it works. It's being worked on.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1879219 7-Oct-2017 20:38
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Weird but true.





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  Reply # 1882754 13-Oct-2017 07:54
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Yep seems good now, cheers.





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