IE, FF: Delete/backspace keys remove anchor instead of joining paragraphs
|Reported by:||helsom||Owned by:|
Assume you have the following content within the ckeditor:
<p>This is</p> <p>[anchor] an anchor</p>
Where [anchor] is the anchor placeholder.
Placing the cursor at the end of the first paragraph and hitting the DELETE key causes the anchor to be removed whereas I would expect that the second paragraph would be merged into the first paragraph and the anchor retained. [IE9 and FF10]
Placing the cursor at the beginning of the second paragraph, and hitting the BACKSPACE key also removes the anchor. [IE9]
This seems to work as expected on Chrome (WebKit).
I tried this on the following nightly build sample, and it still seems to be an issue: http://nightly.ckeditor.com/7385/_samples/replacebyclass.html
Incidentally, hitting the ENTER key immediately before an anchor on this nightly build seems to cause the anchor to get vertically squished (see screenshot).
Change History (2)
Changed 3 years ago by helsom
comment:1 Changed 3 years ago by j.swiderski
- Keywords Firefox IE added
- Status changed from new to confirmed
- Summary changed from IE9, FF10: Delete/backspace keys remove anchor instead of joining paragraphs to IE, FF: Delete/backspace keys remove anchor instead of joining paragraphs
- Version changed from 3.6.2 to 3.6