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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-72351

Web Content title does not show properly when a line separator character (U+2028) is included

    Details

    • Type: Regression Bug
    • Status: Verified
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 6.2.X EE
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: ~[Archived] WCM
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    • Fix Priority:
      3

      Description

      Description:
      The line separator character: (U+2028) does not show properly in Web Content titles

      Note
      May possibly be resolved by reverting LPS-65305, which may have been properly resolved by LPS-71992.
      Reference: #comment-1027139

      Steps to Reproduce: Edit Article

      1. Navigate to Content > Web Content
      2. Add: Basic Web Content
      3. Copy into the Title field:
        abc
123
        • If the string above does not work, generate a string with a line separator if your document editor uses (U+2028) for it's line separator.
      4. Click Save as Draft.
      5. Example:

      Expected Result: Web Content title displays properly with the line separator
      Actual Results: Web Content title displays the character "舲" where the line separator is included.

      Steps to Reproduce: Web Content list

      1. Navigate to Content > Web Content
      2. Add: Basic Web Content
      3. Copy into the Title field:
        abc
123
        • If the string above does not work, generate a string with a line separator if your document editor uses (U+2028) for it's line separator.
      4. Click Publish.
      5. Example:

      Expected Result: Web Content title displays properly with the line separator
      Actual Results: Web Content title displays abc舲123 where the line separator is included.


      Note: How to generate a line separator
      Users can insert these line separators, depending on the document editor that they use.
      For example, I was able to reproduce this using the pre-installed app called Pages on the macbook. To insert a line separator, simply press "Shift + Enter" instead of "Enter" when going to the next line.

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              Assignee:
              support-lep@liferay.com SE Support
              Reporter:
              eric.yan Eric Yan
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              Esther Sanz
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                3 years, 37 weeks ago

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