This behaviour is not working correctly using the example given at the top of this bug (repeated here for clarity):
<a href="http: target="_blank" title="Lien">LINK</a>
<a href="http:>AUDIO LINK</a>
Using current 1.9 with the media filter enabled, we added this as text in a web page. As a result of these changes, the text AUDIO LINK no longer appears. Instead it is replaced by the text 'MP3 audio'.
This has caused a problem for some of our pages where we used the link text e.g. to include the track name, so it would be like
Track 3 - Investigating the sclerosis factor of multi-variable gibberish
[audio player buttons]
and you could click the track name to download.
Now they've lost all their track names...
Could anyone confirm why the text was replaced and if this is a security requirement of some kind? We're thinking about patching it back locally. Our code in this area is majorly hacked already.
I'm a bit surprised if nobody else relied on this also...