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How to get the old editor back, to fix bullets, and use backups Answered

Ok, Now ive used it a bit I dont mind the new editor so much, but after it ate a whole page and then auto saved I was not happy! 
This works in firefox  but not in chrome for some reason. Hit publish, then edit and it goes back to the old editor. you can then hit "more" and then "history" and go back to a previous version. so I got my page back... 
You can also fix up those annoying gaps the new editor makes when hitting new line or bullets.

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mikeasaurus
mikeasaurus

6 years ago

History is located in the dropdown on the far left of the toolbar (next to 'add step'). You should be able to see this in both Firefox and Chrome. The screen capture you show is the old editor, try dumping your browser cache completely and refreshing the page.

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liquidhandwash
liquidhandwash

Reply 6 years ago

Also this double click to post thing is doing this rather odd "it looks like Ive posted the same thing twice " thing .. is that normal

Screenshot from 2014-05-27 16:48:20.png
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mikeasaurus
mikeasaurus

Reply 6 years ago

The comment field stays populated after hitting 'post'. It's a weird bug we're trying to solve.

Did you get the dropdown working on the new editor in Chrome?

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liquidhandwash
liquidhandwash

Reply 6 years ago

The dropdown does the same thing in chrome

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mikeasaurus
mikeasaurus

Reply 6 years ago

Copy that, I can recreate. Made another bug report. Thanks for letting us know!

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liquidhandwash
liquidhandwash

6 years ago

Thanks Mike I did try that first, and I got this screen. It didnt look like a bug... but maybe it is

Screenshot from 2014-05-27 16:44:50.png