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Known issues for Windows 10, version 1903 and Windows Server, version 1903
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/status-windows-10-1903

Current status:
Windows 10, version 1903 is available by manually selecting “Check for updates” via Windows Update. (Note We are slowly throttling up this availability while we carefully monitor data and feedback.) The recommended servicing status is Semi-Annual Channel.

Quite a few issues, some that are even show stoppers that have not been resolved yet

AMD and USB issues look to be some of the show stoppers or require manual workarounds

 

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No known issue is going to stop me from installing it! Been running it as an Insider on my home desktop and work laptop for a while now.

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Had some issues with VMware Workstation Pro 15 running my virtual systems very slow. Finally gave up and reverted back to previous Windows build for now. I tried for a few hours to fix it but nothing worked.

 

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On a laptop that has an internal memory card reader I was not able to update (its listed as one of the issues)
Error attempting to update with external USB device or memory card attached

@AdvancedSetup I have a VM running under VMware Workstation Pro v15.10 build-13591040 and it seems to be running fine.

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Well, I'm back on Windows 10 1903 Build 18362.175 as Microsoft felt it was time I updated again whether or not I wanted to.

I built a fresh installation of my VM for Windows 7 testing and so far it's working properly as it should.

Thanks for the feedback @Firefox

Now if you can test that Grammarly 🙂

 

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12 hours ago, AdvancedSetup said:

Thanks for the feedback @Firefox

Now if you can test that Grammarly 🙂

Your welcome!, I would love to test Grammarly, but I don't have or use that software... perhaps I should

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OK Got the plugin in Firefox installed, what would you like me to test?

 

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As you're typing a reply there should be a small colored dot in bottom right of reply window as its checking your spelling. Green if no errors. Red if there is, Amber if alternatives

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I believe its working, I don't see the dot your talking about, but I do get lines and options to correct the misspelling, (in the example I misspelled on purpose) unless this is just the build in checking?.

 

1-grammarly.jpg

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My grammerly is not working here either with the current Firefox.

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Posted (edited)

I got intrigued and installed the FF add on (without registering).

I'm not sure, it seems to be picking up speeling mistooks, but underlining different sections of text from the misspelled ones.

Could be because I wouldn't sign up just to try it out? (Doesn't look anything like the above screenshot either).

Edited by nukecad

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The screen capture in Post #11 looks like a Firefox Spell Checker function as noted with the "Inspect Element (Q)" in that JPEG as well as mine w/o said add-on.

 

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Grammerly works for me on other forums.

 

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OK I went over to bleeping and I can see it working correctly there... but not on Malwarebytes Forum.

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Yes, thanks everyone. That is my point and my concern. It is not due to Firefox or Chrome updates. The plugin continues to work so far on any other forum I have visited except here on Malwarebytes. It seems to have broken from one of the last two updates from IPS. I just wanted to see if anyone else was having the same issue, which shows that you are but only here on this site.

I will go ahead and report it to IPS

Thank you everyone

 

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Reply from IPS Support

Quote

Grammarly is intentionally disabled in the editor as of Invision Community 4.4.4. Grammarly does not work well with CKEditor in that it can modify the submitted contents and "break" posts, so we were forced to disable it.

We will revisit this decision when we explore upgrading CKEditor to version 5, as it is our understanding that the CKEditor developers are working with the Grammarly developers to ensure better compatibility for their version 5 releases.


Here's to hoping they get the issue resolved quickly

 

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If there were a choice, I'd take the old editor over this CKEditor!  The CKeditor being used is a downgrade IMHO.

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I am with David on that one, I thought the older editor was way friendlier to work with.

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Yeah, I kinda hate the editor here on the forums.  It's always trying to automatically hotlink any URL you paste inline which is frustrating for those of us who deliberately format them with keywords to fit inline with conversational text (resorting to writing it all out manually, including the associated BBCode in notepad and copy/pasting it is the only workaround I've found so far) and any time there is a quoted block of text, including one created manually, it doesn't honor the closed quote tag properly so that any text entered manually or copy/pasted inline following the closed quote tag is automatically consumed and included in the resulting quote box when posted making it appear as though commentary/comments following a quote are part of the quote itself.  This makes trying to cite sources inline virtually useless and impossible.  What's worse, once you've posted a quote you cannot edit the contents of the quote box as the editor will not allow it.  It becomes a permanent, unchangeable piece of content basically treated like an image or something.  It's kind of ridiculous and very frustrating.  That particular flaw has been present ever since the very first 'upgrade' IPS made to the forums when they first abandoned BBCode as the standard and it's been with us ever since.

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