Fallout on Special Characters (Part II)

I guess we’re not going to be able to claim immunity on this one. Preliminary testing on the ‘special character causing display problems issue‘ confirmed that we can duplicate this issue at Notre Dame. At the very least we’ll have to do some FAQ and communication around what not to put in your learning object description fields and then, what to do if you’ve already done it. It’s ugly.

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One response to “Fallout on Special Characters (Part II)

  1. I guess I should have checked my email before posting to the last topic. My Admin sent me notification of 4.2.1 installed on our development server.
    According the the bug fixes, it resolves the # issue with learning modules and the & issue with student assignment attachments. I don’t see any reference to the ;
    Brian

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