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Kunena 5.1 Released (13 May 2018)

The Kunena team is pleased to announce Kunena 5.1.0 [K 5.1.0].
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Question Topic title <em> tag ERROR after upgrade to 5.1

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5 days 10 hours ago #1 by riffi67
Hello, i've upgraded my kunena forum to version 5.1 and, after upgrade, all topic title show the <em> tag like as you can see in the attached image.

How can i solve?

Thanks
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5 days 4 hours ago - 5 days 2 hours ago #2 by Dirk
I have exactly the same problem, after updated to 5.1.0 (the theme I use is "Crypsisb3")

The generated code is:
<div class="badger-left badger-info message-published" data-badger="<em>Sample-Topic</em> was created by <em>Sample Username</em>">
    <div class="kmessage">
        <div class="kmsg">
           sample Message ... blah ...blah			
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
Last edit: 5 days 2 hours ago by Dirk.

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4 days 18 hours ago #3 by Kubik-Rubik
Hi!

Go to "Extensions" - "Language(s)" - "Overrides" and create two new overrides for your front end language (e.g. English (en-GB) - Site) overwriting the following two constants:

COM_KUNENA_MESSAGE_CREATED_NEW
COM_KUNENA_MESSAGE_REPLIED_NEW

Remove all em tags in both language strings.

Example:

Replied by <em>%1$s</em> on topic <em>%2$s</em>

should be

Replied by %1$s on topic %2$s

Have success!

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4 days 10 hours ago #4 by riffi67

Kubik-Rubik wrote: Hi!

Go to "Extensions" - "Language(s)" - "Overrides" and create two new overrides for your front end language (e.g. English (en-GB) - Site) overwriting the following two constants:

COM_KUNENA_MESSAGE_CREATED_NEW
COM_KUNENA_MESSAGE_REPLIED_NEW

Remove all em tags in both language strings.

Example:

Replied by <em>%1$s</em> on topic <em>%2$s</em>

should be

Replied by %1$s on topic %2$s

Have success!


Ok, thanks a lot!

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