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  • Writing a new page, using the non-WYSIWYG editor — no matter what I write, the tooltip for the textarea always says “true” :-/

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  • Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42) Admin


    It does it only on the Edit Page form and the Edit Comment forms.

    If you search the source code for textarea title="true" then you will find these two places. Remove the title=”true” bit and the tooltips go away.

    Now we need a workaround for it so that it only identifies our own comments as true. Everyone else’s comments should, of course, be taken with a grain of salt. ;>

    The title="true" bit is what makes the WYSIWYG editor appear.

    Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42) Admin

    Viper: I don’t think so. If I go to Write->Page, I don’t get the rich editor, but the title=true is still there. The rich editor is controlled on a per user/global basis, the title=true is there on edit pages and comments regardless of the rich editor setting.

    Yes, that’s because the Javascript isn’t loaded. If the Javascript is loaded, then all textareas with title="true" get the WYSIWYG editor applied to them.

    That bug is fixed in the lastest SVN build I believe.

    LOL lie detector, i liked it hehe

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