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    Default More post editing options

    I love them and everything seems to work fine I've paste here a table just for test.


    Wow and I've just noticed there is an autosave feature.
    Thank You forum admins for the great new features.

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    Default Re: More post editing options

    On 06/26/2011 01:06 PM, glistwan wrote:
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    interesting, great new feature which doesn't make it though the gateway..

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    On Sun, 26 Jun 2011 14:52:11 +0000, DenverD wrote:

    > interesting, great new feature which doesn't make it though the
    > gateway..


    That is interesting....will report this back, not sure if the gateway
    will get updated, though.

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    On 06/26/2011 08:44 PM, Jim Henderson wrote:
    > That is interesting....will report this back, not sure if the gateway
    > will get updated, though.


    i guess probably not..

    looking at the web side it appears to be a "cms_table" table, so
    probably not much way to send it through the gateway....and, even if so,
    i guess it would look like:

    <div class="cms_table"><table class="cms_table_grid"><tr valign="top"
    class="cms_table_grid_tr"><td class="cms_table_grid_td"></td>
    <td class="cms_table_grid_td">content here</td>
    <td class="cms_table_grid_td">and here</td>
    <td class="cms_table_grid_td">and here</td>
    </tr>
    etc
    etc
    etc
    </table></div>

    which i doubt any plain text client users really want...i sure don't.

    but, as secondary users . . . no problem...if i can't figure out the
    problem without going to the web side...no problem...if the op can wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
    On 06/26/2011 08:44 PM, Jim Henderson wrote:
    > That is interesting....will report this back, not sure if the gateway
    > will get updated, though.


    i guess probably not..

    looking at the web side it appears to be a "cms_table" table, so
    probably not much way to send it through the gateway....and, even if so,
    i guess it would look like:

    <div class="cms_table"><table class="cms_table_grid"><tr valign="top"
    class="cms_table_grid_tr"><td class="cms_table_grid_td"></td>
    <td class="cms_table_grid_td">content here</td>
    <td class="cms_table_grid_td">and here</td>
    <td class="cms_table_grid_td">and here</td>
    </tr>
    etc
    etc
    etc
    </table></div>

    which i doubt any plain text client users really want...i sure don't.

    but, as secondary users . . . no problem...if i can't figure out the
    problem without going to the web side...no problem...if the op can wait.

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    Not to worry I think most of the people will not know the functionality is there (it only shows up when clicking Go Advanced) and so they won't use it. I think I won't be using it myself but it still is cool it's there to use.

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    On 06/27/2011 10:06 AM, glistwan wrote:
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    > it still is cool it's there to use.


    i do not disagree!!

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    Has anyone had an issue with changing misspelled words by chance? Often it takes more than one try to get the bad word replaced correctly. You think you fixed the word, but the change was not accepted the first and sometimes even on the second attempt. I have not ever had this problem before the new forum changes went into effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmcdaniel3 View Post
    Has anyone had an issue with changing misspelled words by chance?
    I had a similar problem a day or two ago. I had messed up the closing of a code block (missing "/"). So I edited the post to fix it. Then I previewed, to make sure that I had fixed (I had). Then I saved the change - and the fix did not show up. On the second try, I got it fixed. Perhaps it is because I did not preview the results on the second time. Maybe the preview is setting an incorrect flag somewhere, that is being interpreted to indicate that the update was already made. Okay, I am just guessing in that diagnosis, but the problem itself is real.

    Test my hypothesis by adding a line to see what happens.

    I guess I just disproved that hypothesis.
    Last edited by nrickert; 27-Jun-2011 at 20:14. Reason: add line at end
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmcdaniel3 View Post
    Has anyone had an issue with changing misspelled words by chance? Often it takes more than one try to get the bad word replaced correctly. You think you fixed the word, but the change was not accepted the first and sometimes even on the second attempt. I have not ever had this problem before the new forum changes went into effect.

    Thank You,
    Never had that. I had a problem that while pressing enter new lines were created on top when using "Post Quick Reply" regardless of were the cursor was. After clicking "Go Advanced" the problem went away. I have just seen this in Opera 11.11 so I assume it's the browser bug

    Does your problem happens on a different browser as well ?

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    Smile Re: More post editing options

    Does your problem happens on a different browser as well ?
    I just use Firefox, but switching from version 4 to 5 did not make any difference though that is not why I upgraded Firefox.

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