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#1609 Xinha does not work anymore in Firefox 22 AND Chrome 28 Xinha Core defect major 06/27/13

Xinha does not work anymore in Firefox 22 AND Chrome 28

I get the Error: TypeError?: Illegal constructor


#1612 Pressing enter at end of an li:last-child with a child node lands you in the list itself Xinha Core defect major 01/05/14

To reproduce:

  1. Open a Xinha editor with the following contents: <ul><li><span style="color: green">Lorem ipsum</span></li></ul>
  2. Move the cursor to just after the "Lorem ipsum" text
  3. Press enter

Expected behavior: a new, empty <li> should be created on the next line. The cursor should be inside the new list item.

Actual behavior: the cursor is on a new line, outside of the existing <li>, but no new <li> has been created. Instead a <p> has been created at the end of the <ul>, and the user is now able to enter text in the ul > p without any containing list item. As a result, the text is indented (since it's inside a list) but with no bullet (since it's not inside a list item) and the HTML is malformed.

Reproduced using Chrome 31.0.1650.63 and Firefox 26.0, against xinha trunk@1327.


#1614 With cursor at the start of a list item, [tab] should create a sublist Xinha Core enhancement normal 01/05/14

When working in a <ul> or <ol> context, it would be nice to be able to create a sub-list by pressing tab. Specifically, I would propose the following behavior:

  1. If the cursor is at the beginning of an empty ul > li, and the user presses tab, a <ul><li> should be created at the current position, causing the structure to be <ul><li><ul><li>[CURSOR]</li></ul></li></ul>
    1. Similarly, if the cursor is at the beginning of an empty ol > li, a sub-<ol> should be created.
  2. If the cursor is at the beginning of a non-empty list item and tab is pressed, the current list item should be reparented underneath a new <ul><li>, so that the resulting structure is <ul><li><ul><li>[CURSOR]Existing text</li></ul></li></ul>
    1. Similarly for an <ol>.
  3. If the cursor is not at the beginning of a line, and tab is pressed, the default behavior should continue to occur.

Right now you have to press the "INDENT" toolbar button to create a sub-list.


#1616 Backspace in nested lists should dedent to parent list Xinha Core enhancement normal 01/05/14

When using nested lists, if the cursor is at the start of a list item, pressing backspace should dedent that list item, one level per keypress, until it is at the same level as the preceding list item. Only then should the current behavior (browser default) kick in: list item itself removed, with its contents collapsed into the preceding list item if present, or removed from the list itself if there is no previous sibling in the list.

Case 0

  • Point 1
  • Point 2

Pressing backspace with the cursor at ^Point 1 should cause "Point 1" to precede the list altogether. The list should then start with "Point 2" as its first list item.

(Pressing backspace with the cursor at ^Point 2 should cause "Point 2" to follow the list altogether. The list should then end with "Point 1" as its last list item.

Case 1

  • Point 1
    • Subpoint 1
    • Subpoint 2

Pressing backspace with the cursor at ^Subpoint 2 should result in "* Subpoint1 Subpoint 2". (This case is almost handled correctly, but no space is inserted; you end up with "* Subpoint 1Subpoint 2".)

Case 2

  • Point 1
    • Subpoint 1
    • Subpoint 2

Pressing backspace with the cursor at ^Subpoint 1 should result in

  • Point 1
  • Subpoint 1
    • Subpoint 2

(Pressing backspace a second time without moving the cursor would be an instance of Case 1.)

Case 3

  • Point 1
      • Subpoint 1
    • Subpoint 2

Pressing backspace with the cursor at ^Subpoint 1 should result in

  • Point 1
    • Subpoint 1
    • Subpoint 2

#1625 PHP scripts in contrib folder need "<?php" at the top of the script. Xinha Core 0.97 defect normal 07/22/14

The opening line of the php scripts in the contrib folder need to switch from "<?" to "<?php" else PHP command-line (via php compress.php) can't run them. (See: http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_syntax.asp)

Also, in the base folder, compression_readme.txt, it claims we can run the PHP scripts using our web browser but neither Chrome nor Firefox were able to activate PHP (seems strange, I didn't know browsers can run PHP OOTB.) I would change the text from:

To use this script, open it in a text editor, comment out the die() command at the top and open it in your browser.

to:

Make sure you have PHP installed on your machine. To use this script, open it in a text editor, comment out the die() command at the top and run via "php compress.php" from the command-line.


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