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Second preview changes parameters on editor v.6.0.3

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Strange behavior of editor cause changes to parameters WYSIWYG on:
I'm using Chrome at the moment and saw same with FF4
I am experiencing all these as I type this post.

Tested same on two sites and here as well (ocPortal - had to rework this post several times before I got all my presentation elements in)

Here are some examples:
First preview on a link:
WYSIWYG view:
88 views (2 Kb)
First URL link reference is unreadable after adding a second link (see source below)

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About cleaning your LCD monitor - Follow this link: <a href="http://About%20cleaning%20your%20LCD%20monitor%20-%20Follow%20this%20link:" rel="" target="_blank" title="HERE: (this link will open in a new window)">HERE</a><br />
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About cleaning your LCD monitor - Follow this link: <a href="http://www.build-gaming-computers.com/how-to-clean-lcd-monitor.html" rel="" target="_blank" title="HERE: (this link will open in a new window)"><span style=" color: #ff0000; ">HERE</span></a><br />
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After introducing a link, the cursor stick before the link symbol and drags it along unless someone knows how to add <br /> tags in the source:
90 views (6 Kb)

Second previews change size of in-line attachment images:
First preview:
87 views (2 Kb)
Second preview, or saving will produce this:
85 views (11 Kb)
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For second issue, I have applied a ckeditor fix:
http://dev.ckeditor.com/ticket/7041
It seems to work now. Seems like a pretty nasty bug for such an established project.

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Note that pressing enter after the link won't work, as they do not consider it a bug:
http://dev.ckeditor.com/ticket/6920


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I could not reproduce the first issue. I am actually wondering if it was caused by something weird like nesting links, perhaps caused by the confusion of the second issue.

The third issue is highly complex but will be fixed in 6.1 (hopefully out tomorrow).


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Thank you Chris!

Looking forward to installing 6.1

Cheers,
Jean
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