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Tiki 15.x wysiwyg editor always converts > to >

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Hello,

am I the only one seeing it or are > always converted to > in wiki pages after entering them in the wysiwyg editor? You type > and you see > in the preview, but after saving, it always shows >

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Oliver


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do you use wiki for WYSIWYG or html?

On 14.04.2016 20:18, Oliver Hertel wrote:
> Hello,
>
> am I the only one seeing it or are > always converted to > in wiki pages after entering them in the wysiwyg editor? You type > and you see > in the preview, but after saving, it always shows >
>


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Hi Oliver

That was my first thought (thanks Torsten), just did a quick test locally and both types work as expected here, maybe file a bug report and set up a show instance as it sounds like it needs fixing...

jonny



> On 14 Apr 2016, at 19:24, Torsten <torsten@tiki.org> wrote:
>
> do you use wiki for WYSIWYG or html?
>
> On 14.04.2016 20:18, Oliver Hertel wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> am I the only one seeing it or are > always converted to &gt; in wiki pages after entering them in the wysiwyg editor? You type > and you see > in the preview, but after saving, it always shows &gt;
>>
>
>
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Hello Torsten,

Thursday, April 14, 2016, 8:24:28 PM, you wrote:

> do you use wiki for WYSIWYG or html?

?

WYSIWYG editor when editing a wiki. And having HTML for Wikis enabled or not, it shows &gt; both times after saving the wiki page.

> On 14.04.2016 20:18, Oliver Hertel wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> am I the only one seeing it or are > always converted to &gt; in wiki pages after entering them in the wysiwyg editor? You type > and you see > in the preview, but after saving, it always shows &gt;

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Best regards,
Oliver


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