test of long about what box url

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This is a long about box url test - why are there 2 lines there anyway ? that's interesting the edit brings the long url into the second box but the paste does not .

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Mark de LA says
could be a little more predictable

Mark de LA says
** FINAL DETERMINATION ** no bug here

Seth says
why are there 2 lines there anyway ?
First line is the URL, second line is for the title of the url. it is peggable that the second box is not labeled.

Seth says
that's interesting the edit brings the long url into the second box but the paste does not
me thinks you are misinterperting the screen. The first box on the /add/ screen is the url, the second box is the title of the url, which can be automatically determined by either the javascript from the fastedit button or the server if it is not submitted with the form. That smetimes the title is so long it overlaps to another line is just output word wrap. .... i vote no bug here, unless you want to peg the fact that i need to redesign the /add/ screen to label the "second" box

Seth says
i believe this item has been dealt with and needs to be deleted

Seth says
scheduled for delete ... this went into a peg .. is there anything here of importance that is not dealt with in that peg ?

Mark de LA says
This is actually kind-a a regression test - reminds me to somehow build a set of regression tests to make sure that everything works between changes.

Mark de LA says
let me leave it up for 24 hours and think about it

Seth says
Yeah regression testing becomes important. Sysstem is already up to over 1000 lines of code if you include the graphics too which take up just as much time and usually more than the programming. My experience with systems that get this large is that when you fix one thing your are very likely to break something else. And my code is not really all that solid. Am concentrating on building utility and usability and not in learning how to write maintainable code. I try, but a more experienced programmer in php would doubtlessly shudder at my code.