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Does this site look broken?. Use the LitterTray web for test cases.

Make a new topic.

Open it in Wysiwyg mode

Make text and mark some words.

Create a link to some Wiki Link.


You get this when viewing raw

hej [[TestTopic2][med dig ]] du gamle

open again in Wysiwyg

All looks fine

Save again

Rendered result looks fine.

View raw and you see

hej [[%SCRIPTURL%view/Sandbox/TestTopic2][med dig ]] du gamle

Well! You can argue that this is how it is and so what. I say that already here it is silly and difficult for normal people to understand what is going on. Normal users will ask "what the heck is SCRIPTURL?"

Edit the topic again in Wysiwyg mode

Now I see inside the kupu editor..

hej [[%SCRIPTURL%view/Sandbox/TestTopic2][med dig ]] du gamle

Not really Wysiwyg anymore. Actually even worse then looking at the TML links.

I would expect to see a Wysiwyg version of "med dig" which is linked (blue underlined) to TestTopic2

Wysiwyg need to maintain links in bracket form as they were.


Duplicate of 1142 CC

Summary WYSIWYG creates links right but alteres them once created
ReportedBy KennethLavrsen

SVN Range Sun, 04 Dec 2005 build 7760
AppliesTo Engine
Component WysiwygPlugin
Priority Urgent
CurrentState No Action Required

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Topic revision: r4 - 2005-12-07 - CrawfordCurrie
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