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2020-03-20

07:42 Redmine Defect #22046: Markdown XML code blocks not properly supported
We upgraded to 4.1 recently and I can confirm that the new syntax highlighting is really good. We don't miss the old...
07:40 Redmine Feature #1739: Add ability to change issue owner
> We are using this plugin with 4.1.0 without any issue
Yes, we have that installed, too. It works well with one ...

2019-06-04

07:50 Redmine Feature #1739: Add ability to change issue owner
+1
It's definitely the feature we are missing the most from redmine. So I second the move to add it as core functio...

2019-02-14

09:40 Redmine Defect #22046: Markdown XML code blocks not properly supported
The issue is with the *redmine_highlightjs* plugin. I disabled the plugin and got a correct rendering of the xml con...

2018-06-06

14:19 Redmine Defect #28125: PNG images on a wiki page don't appear in exported PDF
I noticed this bug in our installation as well. Embedding images in the browser works well, but PDF export results i...

2018-03-19

13:13 Redmine Defect #22046: Markdown XML code blocks not properly supported
Bug still exists in 3.4.4

2016-11-24

08:36 Redmine Defect #24442 (New): When exporting Wiki to PDF, monospaced fonts are not rendered correctly in PDF
When I write a Wiki page that contains inline code snippets (@like this@), the resulting PDF does not have monospaced...

2016-02-18

14:11 Redmine Defect #22046: Markdown XML code blocks not properly supported
This seems to work in general but not for XML. When I tried my example in Ruby, it did work. It seems to be related...
14:02 Redmine Help: RE: How to use code syntax highlighting with markdown?
Ah, upon closer observation it seems to be working but not for language XML. Somehow, the XML-tags are passed to the...

2016-02-16

17:24 Redmine Defect #22046 (Closed): Markdown XML code blocks not properly supported
Markdown code blocks are blocks of text surrounded by three backticks (@```@).
For example:...

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