Let there be a paragraph, or another splittable element that contains text. Let the element be split in the middle of the contained text - the result will be two elements, each of which containing part of the splitted text. Let the two elements be joined again with backspace - on IE7 the result will be one element that contains two text nodes. On IE7, if the splittable element with two text nodes was split again, the second text node was lost.
…s, because otherwise the editable would be deactivated on clicks into the menu, which leads to unexpected behaviour
…, which could be used via keyboard only prior to this change. refers Gentics ticket #42310
…es to the selection. however I'm quite sure that there are still unhandled edge cases.
…ef="test.com">...</a> and <a href="whatever.com">test</a> into a single href. If this continues to cause problems, merging tags has to be extended, so that tag attributes are taken into account. Refers to gentics ticket #42540
…files to overwrite and extend the default dictionary files
…ng 'topalign' behaviour along with a ribbon-like interface
* altered topalign behaviour to use fm pinning * added pinned parameter to togglePin() method
* added floating behaviour flag