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Zed asked on 01 Jul 2009, 01:00 PM
I did a javascript character count using this

var

 

myrex = new RegExp("(^([\\w\\-\\.]){5,}$)", "i");

Unfortunately it always returns false.  When I debug I see a strange character  attached to the end of the args.Value, which the regular expression cannot match.  It is shaped like a  square in the debugger.  What is that and what can I do to disregard it?

Thanks

 

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answered on 06 Jul 2009, 02:14 PM
Hi Zed,

The square characters could be due to the indentation client-side filter of the RadEditor. Could you please disable the IndentHTMLContent filter by setting via the codebehind:

RadEditor1.DisableFilter(EditorFilters.IndentHTMLContent);

and see whether these characters still persist. If this does not solve the problem, disable all filters by setting:

RadEditor1.ContentFilters = EditorFilters.None;


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Rumen
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