For the post Ubuntu and my Canon IXUS 850IS in gThumb I needed to enter two hyphens (
gthumb --import-photos). So I simply typed it in the wordpress editor, nothing evil thinking in the visual editor. The result was one dash instead of two hyphens:
gthumb --import-photos. Not even the code view respected my wish.
With my HTML knowledge I thought the easiest way would be to enter the character code of the hyphen (
-). This simply worked. If you edit your post you have to replace them again. 😦
Note: To enter
- I had to type in
&#35;45. Puh that’s a bit annoying, most notable when you edit the post and the same game begins again 😦
Note2: As I see now there are much more problems, than the double hypen. Iy ou want to type in an ampersand or another special character you have to enter the HTML-Code everytime you edit the post. E.g wordpress replaces my #45 everytime I edit the post with a hypen (-) 😯
Does anbody know, how I can turn off this AI? (Is it possible on www.wordpress.com too?