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AlHill
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Stefan3D
Honored Contributor II
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Looks like the right place here.

The new forum has bug: uniform resource identifiers (URI) are changed into broken uniform resource locators (URL)

Example: ms-settings:display-advancedgraphics

Input

ms-settings:display-advancedgraphics

Output

http://ms-settings:display-advancedgraphics

 

MaryT_Intel
Community Manager
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Stefan!

It's good to hear from you. Thanks for finding this bug! I've forwarded it internally to take a look. I don't know when I'll have an update but we'll investigate. 

Thanks!

Mary T.

Support Community Manager

MaryT_Intel
Community Manager
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Hi @Stefan3D ,

We looked into this believe the you copied the text from another place and it was a link there.  Pasting then makes it a link in this Community.  Pasting as plain text doesn’t cause this to occur.

 

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Does that clarify why it happened and make sense?  Thanks,

Mary T.

Support Community Manager

Stefan3D
Honored Contributor II
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Actually i used the "insert/edit link button" that looks like a chain.

I think Khoros does not know the difference between URL and URI

Here is the technical description:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/launch-resume/launch-settings-app

 

 

Stefan3D
Honored Contributor II
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I found a work around: if i copy an URI from a local HTML page and paste it here, it is valid.

So only the code created by the link button is broken

ms-settings:display-advancedgraphics

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