[quote name='teraßyte' timestamp='1322852223' post='133347']
In classPostForms.php change:[CODE]$content = $this->registry->getClass('output')->getTemplate('post')->topicSummary( $posts );[/CODE]with:[CODE]$content['html'] = $this->registry->getClass('output')->getTemplate('post')->topicSummary( $posts );[/CODE]@media: the topicSummary function is never called in the modCP so I don't see why you're getting that error there.. try the fix I posted above and let me know please.
This did solve the initial problem for me, but it brought with it a lot of new errors instead when trying to edit an already approved and older posts in full editor-mode. I have a set limit as too how long user can edit their own posts (30 minutes). I don´t know if this is part of the reason for errors, but as admin i should be able to bypass this so i feel this "fix" is not the solution.
This is a major flaw in the basic functions to me, and I did set up a ticket about it (1 month ago) but was just refered to this being a known issue and a link to this bug-report. I for one feel we shouldn´t need to wait 3 more months to have things like this fixed. It might not be a critical bug as in "the whole site is down" but for a closed forum it´s not nice being forced to show your work to the public (guests) or not at all.
[quote name='Breadfan' timestamp='1319208838' post='130527']
I for one don't have this problem. When I start a post with a capital croatian letter "Š", the rest of the word is still in lower case.
Your description is not the same as the problem, it´s not the rest of the word that Capitalize, it´s the same special character in other words following the initial one with the Capital character.
And as I said, I can´t 100% confirm this is the source of the issue. Maybe Capitalize just happen at random for others but that "piece fits in my puzzle".
I´m not 100% sure about this but i believe it´s happening if a special character is written Capitalized in the post, then all following letters of the same character written i lower letter gets capitalized.