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Topic # 22460 29-May-2008 01:15
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Hi,  ive been having problems with the editor freaking out and drawing all wrong,
i have loss of cursor, the line of text is invisable apart from the tips of the letters,
the boxs are out of alignment.  Happens mostly (kiwi word that) after I have added a link.
Noticed a little since the big fly to auckland to press boot or mumbled somethings about a dvd and that new was good.

I have been having to update + edit some posts so i can refresh the vie, and editing post using google docs editor as cut'n'paste works well with the two editors.

Everything is unblocked for geekzone.

RC2 is out on the 29th(us time zone) might fix these post beta issues.

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  Reply # 134027 29-May-2008 05:42
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Though I had many other problems with RC1, I didnt have any problems browsing Geekzone with RC1


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  Reply # 135836 6-Jun-2008 00:44
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I have installed RC2 and the editing feature has gone.
I did have RC1 installed into a beta5 folder, which could have been my problem.
Totally removed FF after backing up and install and restored the backup and it's all good.

And I have got the spelling checker working, almost :)

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