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There seems to be a problem with editing replies here, since the recent portal update

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October 04, 2018 02:29:25 PM GMT
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<p>Adobe folks responsible for the portal, I noticed the new portal UI update in recent days. Hope it may help some. I am running into some issues. First up, I am finding that if I offer a reply to someone’s question, and then I go back to edit that reply, the system is losing all the paragraph breaks, smushing all the content together into one big paragraph. Nothing I can do seems to fix that: not control-enter, not changing the […]</p>
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Labels: Community Portal, Discussion, Usability Issues, ColdFusion

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This is a test comment about the problem above. (I didn’t post it the day I posted the question, because the question was held for moderation and I lost track of my intention to do this.)I am posting this first comment from my computer, and I’ll see if I when I edit it (after posting), does it lose the paragraph formatting. (This last sentence was in its own paragraph.)<strong>Grr. Nope. I can confirm that the problem remains.</strong> When I tried to edit this comment, while I was SHOWN the comment in the wysiwyg editor as paragraphs, <strong>when I submitted my change, it then showed up (as it does now here) as all one big paragraph, without any paragraph breaks.</strong> (Any formatting, like bold above remains, though curiously underlining does not. But my main concern is about paragraph breaks. Losing those really messes up the comments.)To be clear, I am just hitting the enter key once to create such a paragraph break. Even if I try ctrl-enter (which in many editors forces a line bread instead), that also is lost when I submit the comment.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
1303 | October 19, 2018 07:23:02 PM GMT
I’m testing here whether the problem above I solved.I will post this comment and then will edit it. <strong>If this comment switches from two paragraphs to one, then the problem remains.</strong>Update: the problem remains. Adobe, PLEASE FIX THIS.It is hampering folks editing their comments, or making such comments a big mess of text, as this one now appears (which should be 4 paragraphs).
Comment by Charlie Arehart
1422 | November 19, 2018 01:12:32 PM GMT