Fixed - 3.2 Copying cross-references includes HTML

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  1. photon

    photon New Member

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    I used the copy cross-reference button for the first time last weekend and noticed that when I paste it (tested in Pages and Notes) extraneous tags appear. This happens whether there is one or more scriptures in the cross-reference. I looked in Settings for something that might affect this but couldn't find anything. Is there a solution for this?

    This is how it appears (Psalm 72:17 is the source):

    Psalms 45:17 — <verse class="w17">17 I will make your name known throughout all generations to come. That is why peoples will praise you forever and ever. </verse>

    Psalms 89:35,36 — <verse class="w35">35 I have sworn in my holiness, once and for all; I will not tell lies to David. </verse> <verse class="w36">36 His offspring will endure forever; His throne will endure like the sun before me. </verse>
     
  2. iMatt

    iMatt Administrator Staff Member

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    Thanks for reporting this. There is nothing you can personally do to fix it - I will have to do it at my end. Moving this thread to "Bug Reports".
     
  3. photon

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    Thank you. I originally noticed this when copying a cross-reference with more than one scripture, however, it happens with one scripture too. Sorry for the misleading title on this post.
     
  4. iMatt

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    No problem - I have fixed it for both scenarios :)
     

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