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Just wondering as I've been caught by it twice now.

It is intentional that after pressing the code button you can't close the code entry window without first entering some text? So if you accidently press it, it forces me to put a random one letter code block to then be removed in order for me to continue posting.

Just a small annoyance when I manage to do it :)

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  • @AD, Just tried it on my IE8, the escape doesnt work while the code box has focus, however if you click in the grayed out area around it and then press escape it closes for me. I do have to agree though a little [x] to close it would be … Read More

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Esc doesn't close the window, at least it doesn't work in IE9. Maybe you should put a Cancel button on the code window.

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Yes, it has focus. The only time Esc works is if I first hit Insert Code Snippet button, get an error message, press the Ok button on that window, then Esc will close the code window.

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@AD, Just tried it on my IE8, the escape doesnt work while the code box has focus, however if you click in the grayed out area around it and then press escape it closes for me.

I do have to agree though a little [x] to close it would be much more obvious to those who haven't been told how to shut it.

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however if you click in the grayed out area around it and then press escape it closes for me.

Just hitting 'Escape' should work without having to click around anywhere.

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Just hitting 'Escape' should work without having to click around anywhere.

Out of interest, I tried it. No - as described, you need to click off the modal before Esc works. Another nail in the eye of IE9 :)

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In Firefox, what I have found is that pressing Escape hides the code window. When I click Code again, it comes up with the exact same text that was in it before I pressed Esc, even if in another post.

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SOunds reasonable. I'd be annoyed if I lost a big wedge of manually typed code if I pressed Esc instead of some other key up there in that corner.

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Great News: Using Chrome browser Esc works as expected in Windows 8, no need to click anywhere. And yes, it still retains the text you previously entered.

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