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Re: Inputting asterisk in a RTE
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Good point: I checked the value in the JCR, is still stored as an * but because of this I now think I know what's the issue. Thanks

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If I use only one * in the text it works. But if there are 2 *, then component renders the text between as bold. And the *'s are not shown anymore.Renders like:

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No it doesn't work. What happens is that the RTE component thinks is the start of text that needs to be in bold, so every text after the * appears in bold and the * is not shown.

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Since * is used on RTE component to make text bold, is there a way to escaping it so that it can be used in text. In text * usually means that there's a footnote about that topic, so it make sense to be able to use that character.

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