After creating a link at the end of a line, it's difficult to stop typing link text.
|Reported by:||Jude Allred||Owned by:|
Reproduced using FireFox. Applies to all browsers tested.
- create a link at the end of a line. (for demonstration purposes, just set ckeditor.com/demo's source to
<p> <a href="foo">i am a link</a></p>
- Attempt to type non-link text after the link. Clicking past the link, using the arrow keys to move to the end of the line, pressing 'end', etc., all fail to escape the link: new text is still inside the link.
expected: clicking past the link or pressing the right arrow key, among other things, allows the cursor to escape the 'a' and type normal text.
- press enter after the link, type some text, go to the beginning of the newly created paragraph, then press 'backspace'
- copy-paste some non-link text in at the end of the link. create a newline after the link, type some text, then delete the