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Bug - no WYSIWYG in post editor- UM forum

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Forum posts - editor should be WYSIWYG, try inserting an bullet list, or bold some font to see what I mean, you will get the code added for you, but that's all.

here's a video:

 

I figured with all the long threads about issues, it might be helpful to post this as a "question" so we can see when it is fixed (by changing to solved), ALSO trying to be very narrow in the scope of issues I will post.

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Another issue with post editor:

1. No auto URL link detect.

2. When using the "add link button" if your paste included http:// then you get a broken link since this shows up twice, and you have to go back in and remove one of the http:// , I would like the button to be able to realize this and accept with out error a URL paste either with or without the http://

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