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  2. MDL-73121

Missing files section in Manage files popup shows HTML codes

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Details

    • Bug
    • Status: Waiting for peer review
    • Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • 3.10.8, 3.11.4
    • None
    • Filepicker
    • MOODLE_310_STABLE, MOODLE_311_STABLE
    • MDL-73121-311
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      1. Log in as admin
      2. Create a new course
      3. Turn edit mode on
      4. Add a label
      5. Press Insert or edit image button in editor toolbar
      6. Upload a picture of your favourite frog
      7. Switch to HTML mode
      8. Copy the <img src="..."> attribute
      9. Add the following content:

        <p><IMAGEURL></p><p class="frog">Ribbit!</p>
        

      10. It should look something like this:
      11. Switch back to normal mode (non-HTML)
      12. Press Manage files button in editor toolbar
      13. Confirm you do not see the following Missing files warning:

        Warning! The following files that are referenced in the text area appear to be missing:
         
            FROG.jpg</p><p class=
        

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      Log in as admin Create a new course Turn edit mode on Add a label Press Insert or edit image button in editor toolbar Upload a picture of your favourite frog Switch to HTML mode Copy the <img src="..."> attribute Add the following content: <p><IMAGEURL></p><p class="frog">Ribbit!</p> It should look something like this: Switch back to normal mode (non-HTML) Press Manage files button in editor toolbar Confirm you do not see the following Missing files warning: Warning! The following files that are referenced in the text area appear to be missing:   FROG.jpg</p><p class=

    Description

      1. Create a course.
      2. Turn editing on.
      3. Add an assignment activity.
      4. In the Description, atto_editor, click on Insert or edit an audio/video file button.
      5. Click the video tab and click the Browse repositories. Select a video file from your computer and click the "Insert media".
      6. Back in the editor, press enter to add a new line.
      7. Repeat step 5 to add two (2) more videos.
      8. You should now have three (3) embedded videos in the editor.
      9. Click Manage files button.
      10. You should see the following:
      Missing files
      Warning! The following files that are referenced in the text area appear to be missing:

      sample123.wmv</video> <br></p><p dir=
      sample.mp4</video>  <video controls=
      sample.avi</video> <br></p><p dir=

      RESULT: The missing files section contains HTML codes.

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            pholden Paul Holden
            jebarvia Joshua Ebarvia
            Adrian Greeve, Jake Dallimore, Mathew May, Mihail Geshoski, Peter Dias, Sujith Haridasan
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