From: Marx, Stefan ext. MA Fa. Lynx <Stefan.Marxext.MAFa.L<ynx@re...> - 2006-08-21 15:53:27
so than -- as Thomas Waldmann stated perfectly right -- my bugg =
quite static because there was noc chance to constantly reproduce the =
In your case, Eric, it sounds a bit more reproductible. Could you give =
try and look out if you can reprocuce in in the MoinMoin wiki side and =
it into the bug list?
That would by *fantastic*! I assume we are talking about the same =
We use the leftsidebarsmaller theme only and I think the error poped up =
we switched from default to that theme.
Many greetings from Cologne, Germany,
> -----Urspr=FCngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Eric Schanberger [SMTP:eschanberger@...]
> Gesendet am: Freitag, 18. August 2006 20:42
> An: moin-user@...
> Betreff: [Moin-user] Bug in GUI Edit Preview
> I posted this to the bugs page two weeks ago but wanted to make sure =
> the right people knew about it. The GUI editor is one of the main=20
> reasons I am trying out MoinMoin, and right now, there is a fairly =
> bug when you are selecting formatting. See my description below:
> Thanks for any help you guys can provide,
> Eric Schanberger
> h1 h2 h3...etc header definition elements are not matched up properly =
> GUI Editor.
> When you select Heading 1 in the GUI Editor, it correctly applies the =
> definition to the selected text, but within the editor window, it=20
> displays using the h2 definition. The preview correctly shows the h1=20
> This problem also shifts h2 to h3, etc. All the hx definitions show =
> as h(x+1)
> This is not obvious in the default theme, but using the=20
> rightsidebarsmaller theme, it is obvious because h1 doesn't have a =
> rule and h2 does. The preview doesn't match the edit window.
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