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In OCS 2.3.2,
The information in the notification emails that has been involved with TinyMCE in OCS backend (abstracts, signatures, ...) reaches target with html entities. However, if it is information that has been dipped in plain text, reaches target correctly.
There are many messages in the forum for this style, but I think the general issue would be it. Is there any simple solution to this?
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Just checking -- this is the same issue as viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6167&p=24219#p24219
, correct? Or is this a larger issue? In your previous screenshot (http://revistas.um.es/importpeerreviews.png
) it appears that some special characters are coming through fine (eg. "valor más alto"). I have already added the custom review form issue as a bug report, but I am happy to investigate other places where the same kind of problem happens.
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