Last modified: 2012-04-19 21:43:00 UTC
Created attachment 6779 [details]
Reporting against Babaco Release : r58971
Steps to Reproduce ::
1) Select a random page
2) Edit a section
3) Insert a link without link text
4) Highlight the link and click on link again
<<Link text shown>>
Always it should be the original which user entered. If the user not entered the link text, on a return it should display the same
As the wiki links work in a way that page titles become links, it is fine to pre-fill the text even the text was not inserted originally.
However, please remove the separator line from the double brackets -> [[Example|]], when the text for wiki link is not provided.
(In reply to comment #1)
> As the wiki links work in a way that page titles become links, it is fine to
> pre-fill the text even the text was not inserted originally.
I guess that makes the bug as originially filed WONTFIX.
> However, please remove the separator line from the double brackets ->
> [[Example|]], when the text for wiki link is not provided.
[[Example]] and [[Example|]] are not necessarily equivalent: [[The Bay (radio station)|]] and [[Winnipeg, Manitoba|]] expand to [[The Bay (radio station)|The Bay]] and [[Winnipeg, Manitoba|Winnipeg]] respectively (the so-called pipe trick). I could of course look at the logic used for the pipe trick and see if it's simple enough to use in the dialog, so highlighting [[Winnipeg, Manitoba|]] would fill out Winnipeg in the Link text field.
Closing this as WONTFIX per comments #1 and #2. Feel free to REOPEN if you have a clear and specific enhancement request.
Closed as per given comments