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    Default HtmlEditor cannot enable edit feature using setEnable functions once disabled

    HtmlEditor cannot enable edit feature using setEnable functions once disabled


    I am disabling a number of HtmlEditor features via the setEnable functions which removes the relevant button from the toolbar.

    However subsequently attempting to enable a feature does not result in the button appearing on the toolbar.

    Also, the updateStatus functions throws a null pointer exception as it attempts to access the bold, underline and italic attributes without first checking their status

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    This platform is really amazing way to explore cutting-edge technologies in the right manner. Talking about HTML Editor, I found the right information that has solved my problem.
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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

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