Let me start with a few important notes:
- Bug fixes are introduced in the first official release of the product after the fix is implemented by the development team.
- To get a bug fix, you should upgrade your project to a release equal to or newer than the first release that contains the fix.
- Workarounds for old versions may not be possible.
- We constantly improve our controls, not only in terms of fixing bugs, but we also improve user experience and developer experience. Thus, my advise is to keep your application up to date to the newest version possible.
As for the issues you face—I advise testing our demos to see if there is an issue with it: http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/editor/examples/trackchanges/defaultcs.aspx. If you can reproduce problems there, I advise you share the steps so we can look into the case. If things work fine, you should upgrade to the latest version.
I must also note that char(10) or \n or \r are not valid line breaks in HTML, so pasting them should not be expected to result in a line break.
On the Enter issue you have found—this is already fixed as of Q3 2014 (the next major release after yours). I have updated the public page to include this information. As for the workaround—it should help and you should try it. Otherwise, you would need to upgrade to the latest version.
The final issue you report is not known and I was not able to reproduce a problem with the live demo I linked above. Thus, if such a bug has existed in the 2014 version, it has already been fixed through some of the improvements we have done in the Track Changes functionality.
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