Bad formatting when replying to email
When I reply to a customer's email, the formatting in the reply box is very odd.
The formatting is as follows:
One blank line
Three blank lines
Three blank lines
So whenever I reply to a ticket, I have to spend time erasing those extraneous lines.
And for some reason, my signature is of a special text type, because I can't use my arrow keys to navigate above it. I have to use my mouse. I can arrow down, but not up.
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Sorry for the trouble.
Does this happen on specific browsers or all ? Never happened to us in Chrome or Firefox ? Are you using IE or so ?
Do let us know, if possible some screencast or screenshot would be helpful to troubleshoot
It happens with Opera browser, IE8, and IE9, and Safari. Screen shot attached.
We've raised this with Redactor Team and they will look into this issue and based on their Priority, they will be addressing this.
I cannot give any ETA for now.
BTW, kindly provide us with your Freshdesk Account, so we can check some logs too.
Would be helpful to look into this issue and see if we can make some changes on our end too
We seem to be having similar issues with extra "<br>" tags when we customize email templates, and have logged a ticket.
Any update on this?
This has been fixed and even in Opera too
I checked this in Opera now and didn't find the extra line breaks.
BTW, Sven it would be helpful to get your Freshdesk account info too
Screenshot attached in Opera
Multiple line breaks are still appearing between a reply and the insertion of an agent's signature line. This means that every time our agents reply,they must first delete the white space. I am using Chrome. I thought this was corrected.
We've vastly improved the copy-paste functionality of the editor and also we've made some enhancement with respect to adding the attachments on the replies . Should you notice any issues with the editor, please drop us a note here and we'll act on it immediately.
Add the possibility to edit code, by the way it is possible to made some manual correction.