#1044 Dynamic variables : Blank field sometimes shows by default

v1.8RC
closed
nobody
1
2005-03-17
2003-11-19
No

I just realized this was implemented :)
And got first bug with it too ;)
Ending a Wiki page with (respect line break)
"%text%
"
results in the value of %varname% to display on the
first line, and on the second a blank field even
without clicking to edit. It looks like it's not
possible to edit the variable when the bug occurs.
It's not 100% reproducable (probably that there are
other conditions necessary) but I got it both on my own
Tiki using day-fresh CVS and on tw.o also quite fresh
(see Sandbox's bottom maybe :p).
Here, the line after %varname% contains three spaces,
but I suppose other content could trigger it too.

Discussion

  • Dennis Daniels

    Dennis Daniels - 2004-01-29
    • status: open --> pending-out-of-date
     
  • Philippe Cloutier

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    Please try to reproduce on current 1.8CVS instead.

     
  • Philippe Cloutier

    • milestone: 316038 --> v1.8RC
    • status: pending-out-of-date --> open
     
  • bertrand Gugger

    bertrand Gugger - 2005-03-17

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    Hello,
    This is a broadcast message for all open bugs left before 2004/01/05.
    We hope it was checked but no bug update took place.
    The bug you reported may have been fixed.
    Additionally, if you are using an older form of TikiWiki,
    it is highly recommended you update at least to 1.8.5
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  • bertrand Gugger

    bertrand Gugger - 2005-03-17
    • status: open --> closed
     

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