Webkit: backspace moves content between p tags (instead of merging them)
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I wasn't sure how best to summarize this in the title, but here's how to repro this using Safari or Chrome on www.ckeditor.com/demo:
- Enter the following using shift+enter/enter as indicated:
This results in two <p> tags with <br /> tags where you pressed shift+enter (as expected):
<p>one<br />two</p><p>three<br />four</p>
- Move the cursor before "three" and hit backspace
<p>one<br />twothree<br />four</p>
I.e., Merge the two <p> tags.
I.e., Still two <p> tags, but part of the second <p> tag has been moved into the first.
I've tested this from 3.4.2 up until 3.5.2, but I suspect it probably goes back further.
This is reproducible in Chrome and Safari, but not in FF/IE/Opera, which makes me think it's Webkit-specific.