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Mysterious characters in content

  • 2015-02-05 19:35:21

    Mysterious characters in content

    If you are asking for help, provide lots of detail so problems can be reproduced.

    Things to describe:
    Operating system ATutor is installed on - linux
    ATutor version -2.2
    Patch #s applied - all
    ATutor theme name - default
    PHP version - 5.5
    MySQL version -
    Webserver & version -
    Copies of error messages -
    Changes to default settings - no
    Web browser being used - safari
    ...and anything else relevant -

    When I edit content I get these mysterious rn characters appearing between /p and p after I save. What is that all about. It used to add in extra line breaks but it doesn't do that anymore.
    the rn seems like a vestigial return function.

    this is what it looks like:

    Week 01
    Unit 7 - Vocabublary
    Library visit

    Week 02
    Unit 7 - Assignments in isensei
    Class worksheets, Sharing, Quiz

    Week 03
    Finish Unit 7 - Listening Reports
    Book Reports - Share with group
    Start Unit 8 - Vocabulary work

  • 2015-02-06 08:58:47

    Re: Mysterious characters in content

    I'm not able to reproduce this problem. It's likely a browser related issue. Try a different browser. Also, see if you can reprodcue the problem on the demo site.

  • 2015-05-02 14:26:36

    Re: Mysterious characters in content

    ATutor 2.2
    PHP: 5.2.5
    MySQL: 5.0.37-standard
    Linux 2.6.18-274.7.1.el5.028stab095.1
    Pachs; 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/12/gg0005

    I've exactly the same problem since I've upgrade to the last version... I can't modify anthing without get the "\n\r" in each blank line.

    I've used the internal editor, also tried pasting html external code and when save the changes obteing the same result: "\n\r" in each blank line.

    Thanks for any help...

  • 2015-05-03 22:40:01

    Re: Mysterious characters in content

    I wish I could remember what I did to make those disappear, but I'm having a senior moment.