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Unwanted Text in Image Properties Window

Thread began 1/27/2010 3:57 pm by fire MUNKY (Roy) | Last modified 1/27/2010 6:44 pm by Dani Chankhour | 733 views | 2 replies |

fire MUNKY (Roy)

Unwanted Text in Image Properties Window

I noticed that I have Unwanted Text in the Image Properties window as shown in this .jpg.

Whats happening here and how can I get rid of it?
Even when I browse to a new file the text still remains.
Where is it coming from and how can I stop it?

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fire MUNKY (Roy)

fck_image_preview.html has the answer

Found the answer myself.

The Lorum Text Block is in the fck_image_preview.html file.
Simply removing the Text - removes it from the preview of course !!

But its annoying - why is it there in the first place, in an image preview file?

I attach images of "Where" the Files are and "Where" the Code is.

Can't help but think HTML Editors default settings could do with a bit of tidying up.

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Dani Chankhour

The text is only used for Preview purposes with HTMLEditor, it does not get inserted when you insert the image. I guess it wants to show you an example of how the image looks with text around it.

I'm glad you found how to remove the text.

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