We recently found some strange behavior in Confluence 6.0.7:
If the user inserts an emoticon e.g. the red cross image to a page and saves
the page it's represented as
<ac:emoticon ac:name="cross" />
If later on the user updates the page and saves it, the emoticon code is changed to
<img class="emoticon emoticon-cross" title="(error)" src="https://iwiki.eur.ad.sag/s/en_GB/7104/0e21dd459285e7b3b5e0deaa2193b2af8bbb7c8b/_/images/icons/emoticons/error.png" alt="(error)" border="0" />
Problem is: Our users use tables with emoticons in Confluence pages steering other applications that parse the page for those codes and act about it.
Changing the representation makes this harder!
Is this behavior intended or is it a bug?
We have the same problem in 6.7.2 and it's absolutely annoying when moving Confluence to a different host since all emoticons immediately break and since they don't have fixed dimensions, most browsers won't even show that something is broken. The image just isn't there anymore.
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