Editing Wiki a little bit tricky
When you try to edit an article, if you try to add new text block before a topic (h2., for example), it splits the topic line in funny ways, depending on where you press enter.
There is similar problems with other tags too, so I suppose this is not topic tag related only.
We will take a look into it and fix it.
Smar, could you elaborate a bit on exactly what you do to get this behaviour? Is the cursor marked on a headline and you click the add paragraph text icon in the toolbar?
Keep in mind we have added in the editor area so that ENTER strokes are treated as new paragraph lines and SHIFT+ENTER gives a regular line break.
Also note that all the Textile tags needs a space below them (i.e you should not use a headline tag and then press SHIFT+ENTER to add a paragraph tag).
Roy Andre: here is simple way to reproduce this:
Open an article that is Wiki to be editted.
Find a topic row(h2.), for example, and put cursor to the end of paragraph above the topic line.
If this is random, it can be caused atleast with 4.6 block in Qt Jambi page: http://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/QtJambi/edit , but this is not only case of this I have spotted.
This shift trick was new to me, though.
Smar: I'm unfortunately not able to re-produce this. Would appreciate if you could upload a screenshot with the errorous display somewhere, together with what browser your are using, so that we can try to get it sorted out. Thanks!
Sorry that answer is so late:
Maybe those two pics will clarify what I mean:
Then I put cursor before h2. Binaries and press enter.
This happens even with shift+enter.
Below is some browser data:
HTTP_USER_AGENT: Opera/9.80 (X11; Linux i686; U; fi) Presto/2.6.35 Version/10.70
Opera Desktop 10.70 core 2.6.35, September 14, 2010
And build 9046.
Could it be related to this?
Looks like same bug. It happens in comment section too.
The same issue happens while posting replies to threads. I'm using Opera Opera 10.54 on a desktop
We will upgrade the editor we use, it has an Opera fix, ref. the bug report comments.