BT Development Fixed Bugs » editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks Rss Feed  
Moderators: Ron Reply
2013-05-21 7:09 AM

User image

Master
1444
100010010010010025
Southwest Chicago 'burbs
Bronze member
Subject: editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks
Just this morning I've been having issues with the editor in my blog.

The first time I put in my blog entry, it added an extra break to all of my paragraphs. I went back in, deleted the extra line, then saved and it did what I said except for one spot where it kept the two lines between paragraphs.

Went back in, deleted the extra line, saved, still the same 2 lines.

Went back in, went to the HTML view and deleted the paragraph markers, saved, still the same 2 lines there.

Just went back to my Blog now and all of the 2 lines are back in between the paragraphs.

This had not happened before this morning.

Using Win7/Chrome.

ETA: from the HTML view, it looks like it's putting an extra "< br / >" in the text.

Edited by StartingToTri 2013-05-21 7:11 AM


2013-05-23 4:12 AM
in reply to: StartingToTri

User image

Master
3430
2000100010010010010025
Raleigh, NC area
Bronze member
Subject: RE: editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks
This is happening to me as well in both Chrome 26 and Firefox 21.  It looks fine when I type it and immediately after I save it but if I com back and look at a later time, extra paragraphs are inserted in the Blog It area.
2013-05-23 10:07 AM
in reply to: jmkizer

User image

Master
3430
2000100010010010010025
Raleigh, NC area
Bronze member
Subject: RE: editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks
Looking at the html, it seems that extra < br > tags are being inserted
2013-05-23 11:03 AM
in reply to: 0

User image

Master
1359
10001001001002525
Evans, GA
Subject: RE: editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks
A work around until it get's fixed is to hold the shift key when you hit enter for a new line.

Edited by csharp1171 2013-05-23 11:15 AM
2013-05-23 12:11 PM
in reply to: csharp1171

User image

Master
3430
2000100010010010010025
Raleigh, NC area
Bronze member
Subject: RE: editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks

Originally posted by csharp1171 A work around until it get's fixed is to hold the shift key when you hit enter for a new line.

Thanks for the protip!

2013-05-27 4:42 PM
in reply to: jmkizer

User image

Champion
12678
500050002000500100252525
Gold member
Subject: RE: editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks
This should be fixed. 


2013-05-27 6:54 PM
in reply to: Ron

User image

Master
3430
2000100010010010010025
Raleigh, NC area
Bronze member
Subject: RE: editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks
This seems to be better.  Thanks!
New Thread
BT Development Fixed Bugs » editor acting weird - extra paragraph breaks Rss Feed  
RELATED POSTS

Signature Hyperlinks Broken

Started by funkj25
Views: 188 Posts: 2

2013-05-22 11:13 AM Ron
RELATED ARTICLES
date : May 21, 2010
author : Nancy Clark
comments : 1
If you are a fitness exerciser, you are unlikely to need extra electrolytes to replace those lost in sweat. If you exercise hard for more than four hours in the heat, replacment may be needed.
 
date : September 15, 2008
author : lcthomas74
comments : 0
Soon after I got married, I decided I needed to get motivated to work out and focus on getting back into shape. I could barely jog a quarter-mile without needing a walk break.
date : March 17, 2008
author : BWL
comments : 4
Using tri training for breaking bad habits, getting healthy and gaining confidence plus a little bit of humility.
 
date : October 30, 2005
author : smeeko
comments : 0
If you are able to honestly look at your routine and find the balance, you will be a happier person and a happier athlete as well.
date : April 24, 2005
author : AMSSM
comments : 0
It sounds like your ankle has seen plenty of mileage and, by the description of your surgeon’s plan, that you have damage to the articular cartilage that caps your talus bone.