str_replacement display error #5197

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Globulino opened this Issue Apr 12, 2016 · 5 comments

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Not really sure, if this is a roundcube error.

  1. Add a string ttt@www.test to the body of a mail.
  2. Send mail.
  3. Text ist displayed as ttt@##str_replacement_0##.

This does not happen with ttt@xxx.test.

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This ##str_replacement_0## may indeed come from Roundcube. However, I'm unable to reproduce. What version? Are you using html or plain text? Try with disabled plugins.

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alecpl commented Apr 12, 2016

This ##str_replacement_0## may indeed come from Roundcube. However, I'm unable to reproduce. What version? Are you using html or plain text? Try with disabled plugins.

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Version 1.1.4
plain-text only
html mail is diplayed correctly
plugins (cannot disable by now):
archive 2.3
filesystem_attachments 1.0
jqueryui 1.10.4
zipdownload 3.0

Version 1.1.4
plain-text only
html mail is diplayed correctly
plugins (cannot disable by now):
archive 2.3
filesystem_attachments 1.0
jqueryui 1.10.4
zipdownload 3.0

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Firefox shows this as source:
<div class="pre"><a href="mailto:ttt@##str_replacement" onclick="return rcmail.command('compose','ttt@##str_replacement',this)">ttt@##str_replacement</a>_0## </div>

Firefox shows this as source:
<div class="pre"><a href="mailto:ttt@##str_replacement" onclick="return rcmail.command('compose','ttt@##str_replacement',this)">ttt@##str_replacement</a>_0## </div>

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Ok. I can reproduce in 1.1, but not in 1.2.

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alecpl commented Apr 12, 2016

Ok. I can reproduce in 1.1, but not in 1.2.

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Fixed.

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alecpl commented Apr 12, 2016

Fixed.

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