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I think there's 2 or 3 of us now making test posts in https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=7411831 trying to work out what is going on with a few particular bugs we're encountering.

I thought it might be slightly less "rude" to people reading that thread if I made a separate thread for us to poke around in.

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Reply 1
[start] So what does the {start} tag do, anyhow? [/start]
[start]Hello [start]Goodbye[/start]
Are you still here?
(edited 2 months ago)
Reply 2
So, having two open {start} tags and only one close {/start} messes things up. I still don't know what {start} does though.
Is it anything inside square brackets I wonder...?

[myCrazyTag]In 1 tag [myCrazyTag] in 2 tags [/myCrazyTag]out of the 2nd tag
Reply 3
For anyone wondering, the previous post contained the following (with square brackets):

{myCrazyTag}In 1 tag {myCrazyTag} in 2 tags {/myCrazyTag}out of the 2nd tag

and failed to render. So it's not specific tags, it's anything in square brackets.
Thanks @DFranklin - that's really helpful. We've captured this in our backlog.
Reply 5
[url=[url=//www.thestudentroom.co.uk]www.thestudentroom.co.uk]Link test

[url=www.thestudentroom.co.uk]Link 2test test

Google!

Test test. Test

[Noparse]test test test
Test
(edited 2 months ago)
Reply 6
[myCrazyTag]In 1 tag [myCrazyTag] in 2 tags [/myCrazyTag]out of the 2nd tag
Reply 7
Test...

Note an alternative would be to split
> after a closing bracket...


3


x

am I dead

<B>is this bold, I wonder </b>
(edited 2 months ago)
Reply 8
Original post by DFranklin
Test...

Note an alternative would be to split
> after a closing bracket...


3<x does that mess things up?

test <axxx seems to mess up when you try and edit it. Not sure whether its just < or <a or <x or <axxx
Reply 9
Original post by mqb2766
test <axxx seems to mess up when you try and edit it. Not sure whether its just < or <a or <x or <axxx

It seems to be < followed immediately (no space) by an alphabetic character. <4 is OK, but <y is not.
Reply 10
Original post by DFranklin
It seems to be < followed immediately (no space) by an alphabetic character. <4 is OK, but <y is not.

Obviously .... ๐Ÿ˜•
Reply 11
Just another test.

I wonder what happens when I quote this post...?
Reply 12
Original post by DFranklin
Just another test.


I wonder what happens when I quote this post...?
Test test test.
Reply 13
Original post by DFranklin
Just another test.


I wonder what happens when I quote this post...?
test
Testing (to see if a long workaround works):
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trying again this picture:
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so the workaround doesn't work..
(edited 2 months ago)
Reply 18
Note - testing swear filter / asterisking out swear words under the new system. I'm not typing any actual swear words, just asterisking them out. Spoilered anyhow.

Spoiler

Reply 19
DFranklin
Test.
DFranklin
More test.


all a test...

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