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How does it break? Does it post the images as img tag html or post broken bbcode, or malform the url (maybe by turning the image's source into url bbcode)? An example of a malformed post would be quite useful.
It will probably be at least a week until new kids start asking how to use images and/or formatting. You've hoodwinked new users for generations to come.
They kind of deserve it for being so thick, though.
My understanding is that you don't need these things in a fast reply box anyway. But yes, I a steeling myself against the inevitable onslaught of "inlie editur dun work" posts.
And to be honest I know enough by this point that I can completely strip out the WYSIWYG editor entirely and replace it with a custom BBCode-only (fast reply box with buttons basically) solution. Not that I would as you can imagine what the response to that would be.
The quick reply box was already pure BBCode, sans buttons of course. I was referring to the notion of ditching WYSIWYG in the full editor entirely. Reducing the editor into a plain text mode is easy enough and the script to insert BBCode after clicking on a button while in BBCode mode is custom code already.