In the editor, apply the 'Editor Styles 1' stylesheet. Select some text in the middle of the paragraph which starts "Here is some very run-o-the-mill...", then hit the bold button on the paragraph. You loose all the text up to the character after the end of where the selection was. This is pretty serious lossage. Note that the stylesheet has p:first-letter styles.
Simon: sorry, I don't have a current build or I'd test this myself. Is this a content manipulation problem or a display problem? That is, do you really "loose" the content (dump HTML and examine the output, is the text really missing?) or is it just that the text isn't displayed after the change? If it's the first, assign this to Joe M10. Otherwise, assign it to Kipp, and he'll probably mark it a dup of a bug I sumbitted a long time ago.
This is a display problem; the content is still there; here is the HTML for that para after the change: <p> Here is some very run<b>-o-the-mill text in a paragraph tag, for those of you who are into that kind of thing. I think at this point I shall regale you with some of my inestimable poetry, which will be presented in blockquote mode for your reading pleasure. This particular sample was written when I was eleven years old, but is remarkably similar to the w</b>ritings of my later "hard-livin" years. It's titled & quot;Reruns": </p>
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 6059 ***
verified in 7/9 build.
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