to reproduce: Paste "inserted text" from a word document. Select only the text. If you select a container such as a table cell that encloses the text then MS-WORD does not wrap the text in an <ins> element and the problem is not present. what happens: the text is underlined in composer. An <ins> element is inserted which renders its contents underlined. expected: text is not underlined. It was not underlined in the original word document. Proposed fix: When pasting remove any <ins> element that wraps content.
Need to determine what clients render <ins> elements as underlined and which clients don't. It is a difference in how the clients render <ins> so we need to see who does what and which direction we want to go in.
Discussed in edt. Still need the info in saaris comment to decide.
I think this is invalid. Can't it easily be changed/overridden with css? What does frontpage do?
OS: Windows XP → All
Hardware: PC → All
note: the <ins>/<del> tags are removed if the user does Format > Remove All Text Styles
Marking Invalid. Embeddor's should filter out these tags if they do not provide UI for editing them. The core editing engine should allow these tags to be pasted.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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