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BBC Editor Not Using Word Wrap On Latest Firefox Version
I'm not sure why it randomly decided to break on one particular editor today, though; it's possible it's a bug with Firefox 36.0.1, but that seems like a pretty obscure bug to just affect one thing on one particular editor; but I also haven't had any problems with word wrap before today on the BBC Editor...
Typing on Windows 7, Firefox 31.5.0 (...have to use a special flavor of the browser at work) and I cannot replicate it.
Yeah; it only popped up when I updated to Firefox 36, so that might be a factor.
Confirmed +1. Firefox 36.0.1
Can also confirm in 36.0.1
Is this still an issue?
Oooh; no, actually, I just tested it, and it word wrapped after I had gotten to the end of the screen, and I was actually surprised because it didn't do that my first try, but I had recalled it actually working right the other day, then tested again, and it actually worked. =O
And it's working here, which is partly why I rambled there. =P
That's odd, though, it just was like randomly fixed... Maybe one of the Firefox or IPB updates fixed it...
Even odder still is that it doesn't seem to be wrapping when I try it. Version 39.0. Is anyone else experiencing this issue still? I mean, there might not be much that can be done, but let's see whom it's affecting.
Hmm... That's really weird, then yeah. ._. I wonder what could be causing it to not affect me now, after all this...
Word wrap's still broken on the plain text editor. >>'
This still seems to be an issue. I don't believe there's anything we can do about it, though, sadly.
Yeah, can confirm.
It's really odd to me, though; like, why did it just suddenly start up out of nowhere? And why does it only affect the plain text editor, and nothing else? Like, it doesn't even do this for the plain text editors on other sites, so I'm really confused...
On a hunch, I thought I'd try the main skin, since it might have had the word wrap features mentioned in the link. . .
But it didn't work either. ^^''
Working for me now!
I think we can call this resolved.
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