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As I was working on Item1186 I noticed more problems

If you make a table.

And you enter text in a cell.

And hit return.

In Internet Explorer - besides bug 1186 - each time you press ENTER a <p /> is entered.

If you press shift-ENTER in IE you get a <br />

Seems like it works as it should - except for bug 1186

But in Firefox you always get <br /> with or without the shift key.

You cannot make a paragraph. Only line breaks.

Also this difference

In Internet Explorer there is no feature add columns and row or anything. No small arrows when you click inside the table.

In Firefox you get the small arrows round an X for adding/deleting columns/rows.

I use IE6 on Windows XP. And Firefox 1.07 also on XP. Just upgraded to FF 1.5. Problem still the same -- KJL


This is nothing to do with the plugin. Or with Kupu. Table editing is a browser feature. You could try reporting this to the Firefox developers and/or Microsoft......


There must be either Kupu or WysiwigPlugin code that handles what is submitted from the browser. I do not believe the browser itself inserts HTML tags. If the soft or hard returns inside were always translated to
then at least the behavour would be consistent.


Summary WYSIWYG table. Firefox and IE behaves very differently in tables
ReportedBy KennethLavrsen

SVN Range Thu, 22 Dec 2005 build 7896
AppliesTo Extension
Component WysiwygPlugin
Priority Normal
CurrentState No Action Required

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Topic revision: r5 - 2005-12-27 - KennethLavrsen
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