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Author Topic: In-thread links to self-posts now broken?  (Read 339 times)
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March 12, 2014, 04:10:20 AM
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hello,

After updating the P2Pool thread with information on how I got pypy working, I went back to edit my original post.

Like this: To say I got it working.

However, instead of getting a hyperlink, the url was placed in brackets. In addition, because the hyperlink ended in an '8' the closing bracket and last character of the URL was converted into: Cool

Code:
dummy text to try to reproduce original post
Update: Should link to next post

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March 12, 2014, 04:10:52 AM
Last edit: March 12, 2014, 06:53:37 AM by phillipsjk
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Don't know why I can't reproduce it now.

edit: was able to reproduce it in preview mode by inserting a space between 'url=' and the URL. Appears to be auto-corrected on submission though.

Edit Maybe I never submitted it, assuming the preview would match the final submission.

Update: saw note that images are disabled in "this page" while pre-viewing another post. "Security reasons" not sure what security concerns would require breaking the preview function.

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