toc within a content page
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Operating system ATutor is installed on - linux
ATutor version - 2.2.1
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ATutor theme name -default
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This is a default install of Atutor, from a few weeks ago on a dotCanada hosted website
when i copy and paste html content (as code) from an html editor into the HTML page content box, or copy formatted html content into the HTML Visual Editor, i am getting two instances of the content. The first version is a link to the second. In other words the first version is a toc for the second version. On inspection, it is showing as div#toc. I get the same result when i open the source page in Firefox and copy/paste from there. It does not happen if i go through notepad, but that strips all my links.
The only reference i found in the forum to this was for version 1.5 but that seems to not apply to version 2.2.1. How do i remove the div#toc (or whatever implementation is currently in use?