As I type a link in RadEditor, for example www.telerik.com, it automatically becomes a working hyperlink when using Internet Explorer. Is this behaviour also possible in Google Chrome?
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answered on 17 May 2012, 02:17 PM
The requested feature is offered by the Internet Explorer's rich text editing engine which RadEditor uses. When Internet Explorer finds a string that contains the @ or www symbol(s), then the browser assumes that this is an e-mail / link and converts it to an e-mail / link when the user hits space or right clicks on the string.
The link/email autocomplete feature is a browser implementation and it is supported only by Internet Explorer. RadEditor does not support out-of-the box the requested link creation on enter key press and we do not have a working example for it because it is not easy to be implemented and to be cross browser due to the multiple browser bugs and limitations.
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