Re: Transforming <p> to <hx>: the content of the <p> is erased

On Monday 27 March 2006 16:38, Serge Torres wrote:
> Hi,
> Sorry if this bug has already been reported.
> Here is the manipulation sequence:
> - create a new <p> (juste typing the "Enter" key, while in a some
>    element);
> - type in some text (just a few keystrokes);
> - select the <p> element (Esc or F2);
> - click any of the H1, H2, H3 buttons and then:
>    - the content of the <p> element is erased,
>    - the current (and empty) element under the cursor is a new hx
>      element (e.g. h2).
> The same thing happens if I use the menu instead of the buttons and even
> if I try to transform the <p> into some other element (such as <address>
> or <pre>).
> But sometimes, it does happen at all! I could not figure any regular
> pattern of action to avoid it consistently. Having another element
> *after* the element your are modifying *sometimes* helps, but not always!
> Once the element has been transformed, it's here to stay. I can play
> around with it at will. For instance, it's content will not be erased by
> a <h2> -> <p> -> <whatever> sequence.
> I use a 9.4 release for Debian on a (of course) Debian Linux machine.

This bug is known. It occurs with Esc and not with F2.
It'll fixed in next release.

> I hope this helps.
> Best regards,
> Serge Torres
> PS : thanks for bringing Amaya to us and improving it such a long way
> since these very very experimental releases in the good ole' days.

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