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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    Well that's interesting

    If you enter a post entirely in angled brackets, it tells you your message is too short


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    Hmm, it seems to depend on which editor you're using; one version will, it seems, return the contents of the editor properly escaped, such that < and > are converted to &lt; and &gt; whereas the other one doesn't. The latter then falls foul of some JavaScript designed to strip out HTML tags. Looks like vBulletin have been lax about testing all possible configurations of their product

    The offending code can be found at line 495 of vbulletin_textedit.js, where

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    vB_Text_Editor.prototype.getRawData = function() {
        if (this.editor) {
            if (this.editor.document) {
                var A = this.editor.document.getBody().getHtml();
                if (CKEDITOR.env.gecko) {
                    A = A.replace(/<br>(?=\s*(:?$|<\/body>))/, "")
                }
                return A
            } else {
                return this.editor.textarea.$.value
            }
        } else {
            return this.textarea.value
        }
    };
    returns different values depending on circumstances, and then at line 139 of vbulletin-core.js where:

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    var C = PHP.trim(stripcode(B, false, ignorequotechars));
    calls function stripcode (line 165 of the same file) which seems to be getting a value for G which makes it think it's supposed to be stripping out HTML and not BBCode

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
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    The offending code can be found at line 495 of vbulletin_textedit.js, where
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    returns different values depending on circumstances, and then at line 139 of vbulletin-core.js where:
    <snip>
    And yes, they do use an underscore in one filename and a hyphen in the other

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    Glad we've straightened that out.

    Back from seeing my mate.

    He's well enough, considering.

    Tea/dinner this evening, as is only right & proper, is lentil <pfffft> soup.

    With added chili sauce in a vain attempt to spice it up a bit.

    Once the poppity ping goes <ping> it'll be ready.

    <hiatus>

    Feck me that really was unpleasant.

    Adding bits of toasted ancient Hovis made it worse.

    Ho hum.
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    Venturing forth in a little bit to take advantage of the tip staying open until later in the evening during British Summer Time. It would appear to be knocking on two years since I've disposed of the multiple containers of cooking oil from the deep fat fryer (it takes 3 litres at a a time), which normally lurk in a convenient corner under a worktop but are now so numerous that they're extending into the room and I keep accidentally kicking them

    Time to get rid, before one of them spontaneously decomposes enough to dump its contents all over the floor

    And I might even pop into Morrisons, as that's virtually next door to said tip

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    V from the deep fat fryer
    i met one at a party once, - an overweight monk in the kitchen spouting quotations from nietzsche.




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    cod and chips from the kosovan* chippy dahn the road.

    wiv HP sauce, - the brown stuff, - manly sauce.

    very nice too

    another 7 am rise tomorrow.

    remind me why i thought coming out of retirement would be good for me.

    anyone??

    *probably albanian, really, but great food

    i'm knackered.

    watching whatever's on tv 'cos i don't have the energy to do anything else.

    click, click, click, click

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    Excursion completed. Good tip, good trip

    Though my timing was poor. I decided to do the tip then Morrisons, as it's much of a muchness, but when I got to the entrance of the tip they'd just lowered the barrier so they could move some skips around, so the chap there told me. It's too much hassle to try to get out of there once you're that far (it's down a long dead-end), so I waited as a queue built up behind me. Took about fifteen minutes before they let us in, and then I finally disposed of my roughly thirty litres (not counting ullage) of used sunflower oil. Filled one of their blue barrels roughly a third of the way up

    And so round to Morrisons for various bits. It was a very pleasant evening but there was a sudden shower while I was in the shop, which left behind a nice rainbow over the cemetery and the university beyond that when I emerged

    Fun fact: the cemetery over the road from the university in Kingsley Amis's Lucky Jim was inspired by Leicester

    Need to see about sorting something out for dinner now.

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    This evening's televisual epics began with TBBT which was funny, followed by "Silent Movie (1976)" with Mel Brookes, Dom DeLuise, and Marty Feldman.

    Silent Movie (1976) - IMDb

    I remember it as being much much funnier.

    Another illusion shattered.

    And that lentil <pfffft> soup was majorly unpleasant.

    Dunno what I did to it but it wasn't good.
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    For tea tonight, a couple of pork steaks from Morrisons with a honey and Dijon mustard glaze, all with chips and beans. Very nice, it was

    The recycling bin has not been trundled forth, as there isn't enough in there this week to make it worthwhile. Not sure why; maybe the downstairs back were contributing more than I realised until they moved, or maybe people have been away for the long weekend.

    There's some more people in the downstairs back now. I think they even have a very young child, judging by the stuff they've been hanging on the line. Must be a bit cramped in a studio flat with a baby or toddler, but if anything that's slightly better than where my parents started out and my brother was born (a single room in my mum's cousin's house) so good luck to them

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    What I find most remarkable about the new neighbours is the size of the bed, it's a fecking king size.

    Which means there's no room for the rather nice oak wardrobes.

    Which means I might just as well have given the fecking things to charity a year ago, not that anyone would have wanted them but there you go.
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