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  • [CMS] HTML not enabled when promoting some forum threads to an article on the CMS page.

    Whenever I publish an article on my site, if it is a written article by one of the members of the site, I promote it from a thread in the forum to the CMS section of the site. However, sometimes (with no rhyme or reason that I can see) the HTML options aren't enabled and it doesn't give me an option to enable HTML in the promoted article.

    I need to find out how to make sure it is always enabled for new promoted articles.

    Specifically, I want to add a java tag at the bottom of the new articles for TweetMeme. Without HTML, the java script doesn't work.

    I have checked the forum permissions in the forums where I promote this articles from and they are all set to allow HTML.

    Can anyone help me out -- or shed some light on this for me?

    I've attached images to show you what I mean. Sometimes the HTML options just don't appear at all.
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    Owner and webmaster of www.magicdeckvortex.com

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    Has the Usergroup that user's in got permission to use HTML in articles?
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      Yes, but not in all usergroups they are in and I don't want to give "Registered Users" (the group) access to HTML. As an admin, I should be able to change that regardless of whether the user has HTML access. Can this be fixed in the next version of vB?
      Owner and webmaster of www.magicdeckvortex.com

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