We have a toolbar button that allows you to insert text converted to plain text. Given that we do *not* want people using the HTML source mode in the editor, making people do so to paste styled content is a terrible idea. I copy and paste styled content regularly, as do many people, I'm sure. For example, I copy content from one page to another to get layout. I also copy content out, paste it into a local document to retain it or work on it, then paste it back. While I agree that the underlying problem of getting cruft in our content because of pasted content, I don't think disabling styled pastes is the right answer.
There's a PR in for this now: https://github.com/mozilla/kuma/pull/2648 We can waffle if we want. Let me know if you guys want to proceed.
Have we figured this out yet? I'm tempted to close this bug.
> While I agree that the underlying problem of getting cruft in our content > because of pasted content, I don't think disabling styled pastes is the > right answer. I think it this is the truth. We need to solve the cruft problem differently.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
Yep. I think a part of the problem is that the different kind of pastes we have are not easily discoverable. I needed several years to discover we have a "past without style" button. I filed bug 1076724 for this.
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