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[SOLVED] Comcode tag assistant bug with custom comcode tags

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One last bug report before going to bed. I found this one on my v9.0.7 test installation but couldn't test it yet on a v9.0.8 installation due to a missing language entry error reported in another thread. Using the comcode tag assistant to add custom comcode results in bad output if the custom comcode has parameters. For example a [mytag]blah[/mytag] tag that can take a width and height parameter. If, in the custom comcode editor, these parameters are defined like width=100,height=200 and I specify different values in the comcode tag assistant, it appears the comcode tag assistant doesn't separate the default values from the parameter name. So if I assign width as 200 and height as 300 in the comcode tag assistant and click the Use button, instead of getting [mytag width="200" height="300"]blah[/mytag] in the page editor, I'll get [mytag width=100="200" height=200="300"]blah[/mytag].


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I'm going to fix this in a moment. Before I forget, this supersedes the previous fix I did for you, as it affects the same file.


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One last bug report before going to bed. I found this one on my v9.0.7 test installation but couldn't test it yet on a v9.0.8 installation due to a missing language entry error reported in another thread. Using the comcode tag assistant to add custom comcode results in bad output if the custom comcode has parameters. For example a [mytag]blah[/mytag] tag that can take a width and height parameter. If, in the custom comcode editor, these parameters are defined like width=100,height=200 and I specify different values in the comcode tag assistant, it appears the comcode tag assistant doesn't separate the default values from the parameter name. So if I assign width as 200 and height as 300 in the comcode tag assistant and click the Use button, instead of getting [mytag width="200" height="300"]blah[/mytag] in the page editor, I'll get [mytag width=100="200" height=200="300"]blah[/mytag].
This issue has been filed on the tracker as issue #1309, with a fix.


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