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BlogAddOn isn't pulling the category list when in WYSIWYG (using Kupu) mode. It populates the drop down menu fine in regular Edit mode, but in WYSIWYG mode it says:

TWiki Installation Error Incorrect format of searchformat template (missing sections? There should be 4 %SPLIT% tags)


TWiki version: TWikiRelease04x01x02
TWiki plugins: DefaultPlugin, EmptyPlugin, InterwikiPlugin, BlogAddOn
Server OS: Linux
Web server:  
Perl version: 5.8.5
Client OS: OS X 10.4.9
Web Browser: Firefox
Categories: Plugins, Add-Ons

-- SeanStevens - 27 Jun 2007


ALERT! If you answer a question - or someone answered one of your questions - please remember to edit the page and set the status to answered. The status selector is below the edit box.

I have exactly the same problem without the BlogAddOn. I have a form that I created where I populate a select field with a list of users. This list of users is correctly created in the regular EDIT mode, but not the WYSIWYG mode. I get the same error as Sean Stevens. My search form looks like this: (I changed the user lookup to only look for names starting with Z to limit the number of hits returned).

| *Name* | *Type* | *Size* | *Values* | *Tooltip message* | *Attributes* | 
| Date | date | 10 | 26 Jul 2007 |  | M |
| Who | select | 1 | %SEARCH{"META:FORM.*[U]serForm" web="%MAINWEB%" topic="Z*" type="regex" casesensitive="on" nosearch="on" format="$topic" sort="topic" nofinalnewline="off" separator=", " excludetopic="Test*, TWiki*" nonoise="on"}% | Creator or Contributor | M |
-- JohnChong - 26 Jul 2007

Sorry. closing this after more than 30 days...

-- PeterThoeny - 03 Sep 2007

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