Browser: Firefox & Chrome
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Description of problem (please provide a set of steps we can use to replicate the issue, and make as many as you need.): I often use hyperlinks in comments to refer to other observations, outside ID references, etc., using HTML tags. However, I noticed today that the formatting of these links has started showing up oddly. I assume this is related to the recent launch (?) of the formatting toolbar in the comment box, which offers a different way to insert hyperlinks etc. Are all my old HTML hyperlinks going to be messed up like this unless I go back and change them individually? Seems to be a problem in both Firefox & Chrome. I expect other people have had this issue, but couldn’t find anything by searching the forum.
Step 1: add a hyperlink to a comment using HTML tags
Step 2: save comment
Step 3: be sad when the hyperlink that you went to some trouble to add displays wrong
The new formatting toolbar in the comment editor is nice and all, but I’m going to be grumpy about it if it means all legacy HTML formatting in comments & identification notes is going to be broken. Was there an announcement on the forum about this new feature? I can’t seem to find it mentioned anywhere.