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Feature #40784

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Add feature to get raw Textile/Markdown text in notes and descriptions

Added by Mizuki ISHIKAWA about 2 months ago. Updated about 2 months ago.

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New
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Normal
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Wiki
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Description

There are instances where I need the raw, unprocessed text from journal comments and descriptions written in Textile or Markdown, rather than the HTML-converted information. This is particularly necessary when I want to write a new comment based on the information displayed in these formats. Additionally, there are times when I need to add information to tables written in Textile or Markdown. Without access to the raw text, I would have to recreate the table from scratch.

While it is possible to obtain the raw text from the input fields if I have editing permissions for the comments, such permissions are not always available. Another alternative is to use the quote feature, but this is not a complete solution as it adds quotation marks and can omit some of the original formatting.

I have attached an image that illustrates the requested feature.


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screenshot 2024-06-03 14.20.27.png (101 KB) screenshot 2024-06-03 14.20.27.png Mizuki ISHIKAWA, 2024-06-03 07:25
Actions #1

Updated by Mizuki ISHIKAWA about 2 months ago

I made a mistake with the tracker. Feature is correct.

Actions #2

Updated by Go MAEDA about 2 months ago

  • Tracker changed from Defect to Feature
Actions #3

Updated by Go MAEDA about 2 months ago

I think the menu name could be "Copy text" instead of "Copy raw note".

It is simpler and the name "text" is consistent with the "TXT" link in the "Also available in" section.

Actions #4

Updated by Mizuki ISHIKAWA about 2 months ago

Go MAEDA wrote in #note-3:

I think the menu name could be "Copy text" instead of "Copy raw note".

It is simpler and the name "text" is consistent with the "TXT" link in the "Also available in" section.

I think it's fine.

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Also available in: Atom PDF