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Sicne the last code push a few days back, the (newly introduced with the previous update) button for pasting highlighted code has disappeared.
I really liked this feature. Especially is people used it, since the default editor (with its HTML behavior) makes reading a posted code snipped a real pain.
However, having the breadcrumbs working again on the 'reply' page makes up for this, so if I have to choose between the two, I'd stick with the breadcrumb fix. :)
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Unfortunately many of our TI users did not like this implementation. It actually was never supposed to go live, we were testing it on our dev system and it accidently got included in the code release.
Because we had not had time to fully investigate it our management made the decision to pull it from the site.
Apologies for any inconvenience.
Foe - Texas Instruments WW Community Program Manager
Foenfortunately many of our TI users did not like this implementation.
Well, if it's gone it's gone. One question remains: what happened with the posts that used it? (I didn't see one yet, so I don't know)
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