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    • Type: Technical Task
    • Status: Closed
    • Resolution: Completed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
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      Description

      You can enter synonyms with commas by copying and pasting (like “iphone,x”) and it’s considered a single synonym. However visually it shows as two synonyms.

      Steps to reproduce

      1. Copy the string iphone,x.
      2. Go to Synonyms page.
      3. Click in the "New Synonym" buttom.
      4. Type "android" in the input. Press coma.
      5. Paste the iphone,x expression. Press comma.
      6. Click in "Publish"
      7. Add a blog entry with the word "Android".
      8. Search for "iphone,x"
      9. Go back to the Synonyms page.
      10. Click in the "android,iphone,x" synonym set.

      Expected resuls

      • No search result would appear in step 9.

      or

      • There would by only label, besides android, containing the string iphone,x in step 10.

      Actual results

      • The blog entry is displayed as the search result

      and

      • Besides android, there are two labels in step 10 containing iphone and x.

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