Problem description: Askbot has a facility for users to provide a bit of information about themselves. Here is a working example from the Askbot site:
Notice the correct rendering of paragraphs and links.
On the AskLibreOffice site, the text filter is borked. Compare this example:
I have posted about this on the Askbot "forum" - and though noted, nothing seems to have been done about it:
It's a small thing, but untidy and contributes to a sense of shoddiness that does LibO no favours. Any chance of ensuring this gets some attention? Thanks!
Operating System: All
Version: 126.96.36.199 release
I can confirm this bug. It seems like the problem is the interpretation of HTML tags. I think it might have to do with the theme since that is the only thing I'm seeing differently but I'm not sure. I am CC'ing Florian since he has contact with Evgeny.
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Yep, link still not clickable.
ticket moved redmine https://redmine.documentfoundation.org/issues/1525