Last post Jun 20, 2011 09:14 PM by WombatEd
Jun 20, 2011 12:01 PM|WombatEd|LINK
It looks like they've changed the code block handling again, and now you can edit code blocks created with the Insert Code tool without double clicking on the block.
I'm not sure this is what's happening, but something like that is causing this kind of garbage:
Jun 20, 2011 05:08 PM|tmorton|LINK
That user hadn't edited his post at all, so he created it that way.
The only thing that was changed with regard to code blocks was that last week we added IE9 browser detection, so that copying and pasting code blocks with IE9 would retain the line breaks.
Jun 20, 2011 09:12 PM|WombatEd|LINK
Maybe an example will help. I am inserting a code block here:
This is the first line in my code block.
This is a 2-line insertion in the middle of my code block after closing the Insert Code tool.
In the process of adding it, the second and third lines wrapped up to join this one.
This is the middle line in my code block.
This is the last line in my code block.
Now I'm trying to add some normal text after my code block.
But I can't position the insertion cursor after the code blcok; when I try, the cursor goes to the end of the third line.
There is no longer any need to double click on the code to get inside the code block.
Now I'm going to Post, and see how this turns out.
Jun 20, 2011 09:14 PM|WombatEd|LINK
We used to be able to put our insertion cursor after the code block, and we used to have to double click on the code block before we could edit its contents.
I'm using IE8 on WinXP.