Safari 3, Mac OS X 10.5.6
Describing the video:
Pasting content of one table cell into another table cell creates extra cells at the end of the row.
Roundtripping through wiki markup actually fixes the problem.
May only happen on Safari.
I couldn't reproduce this in Confluence or TinyMCE, so it's lucky you posted a video or I'd say you're making it up. I did find the table editing in Safari pretty flakey in Confluence 2.10, Confluence 3.0_m2 and TinyMCE 188.8.131.52 though.
Well, not sure what to do to help repro it, but I can say that it happens to me nearly every time.
Oh good. Requires an environment more specific than MacOSX + Safari 3. That will be fun
Could you try testing the behaviour on the TinyMCE demo, to check if it's a Confluence thing or a tinyMCE thing?
Yep – I can reproduce it in the TinyMCE demo. Not our fault, I guess.
Don, should we close this as won't fix then?
We might fix it one day by upgrading to a later version of TinyMCE. It has the tinymce label so we can tell it exists in tinymce. I think it's worth tracking how many things we may fix by upgrading.
Since the TinyMCE upgrade happened in 2.10, I backdate the issue. It should not show up in the 3.0 filter.
FYI, I just tried this on the TinyMCE Demo again, and I can no longer reproduce the problem. So looks like their latest versions may have fixed it.