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  2. JENKINS-28172

&#x2714 is replaced by &#x2714

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      Email with &#x2714 are encoded as &#x2714 which out puts the string literal rather than a tick.

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          niksan Nik San added a comment -

          The second &#x2714 should be &#x2714, steps to reproduce is just put that code into the email to send in Jenkins.

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          niksan Nik San added a comment - The second &#x2714 should be &#x2714, steps to reproduce is just put that code into the email to send in Jenkins.
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          niksan Nik San added a comment -

          The second &#x2714 should be & #x214 without the space.

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          niksan Nik San added a comment - The second &#x2714 should be & #x214 without the space.
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          niksan Nik San added a comment -

          I give up.

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          niksan Nik San added a comment - I give up.
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          slide_o_mix Alex Earl added a comment - - edited
          &#x2714

          Can you provide some text for me to reproduce and test with?

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          slide_o_mix Alex Earl added a comment - - edited &#x2714 Can you provide some text for me to reproduce and test with?
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          niksan Nik San added a comment -

          1) Create a new Jenkins job that does nothing.
          2) Make sure you have 'Editable Email Notification' as a Post-build Action.
          3) Put &#x2714 into the Default Content box.
          4) Make sure you have a valid email address in Project Recipient List.
          5) Make sure Content Type is set to HTML (text/html).
          6) Hit build.

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          niksan Nik San added a comment - 1) Create a new Jenkins job that does nothing. 2) Make sure you have 'Editable Email Notification' as a Post-build Action. 3) Put &#x2714 into the Default Content box. 4) Make sure you have a valid email address in Project Recipient List. 5) Make sure Content Type is set to HTML (text/html). 6) Hit build.
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          slide_o_mix Alex Earl added a comment -

          Does your output actually output the entity like that, or is it the original symbol?

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          slide_o_mix Alex Earl added a comment - Does your output actually output the entity like that, or is it the original symbol?
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          niksan Nik San added a comment -

          The previous plugin output a tick (symbol). 2.40 just outputs &#x2714 as text because the ampersand now converts & to the html ampersand token.

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          niksan Nik San added a comment - The previous plugin output a tick (symbol). 2.40 just outputs &#x2714 as text because the ampersand now converts & to the html ampersand token.
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          slide_o_mix Alex Earl added a comment -

          According to http://www.danshort.com/HTMLentities/?w=dingb,

          ✔

          is a "heavy checkmark." When I put that into the content field and set the content type to HTML, I get the "heavy checkmark" in my email.

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          slide_o_mix Alex Earl added a comment - According to http://www.danshort.com/HTMLentities/?w=dingb , ✔ is a "heavy checkmark." When I put that into the content field and set the content type to HTML, I get the "heavy checkmark" in my email.
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          niksan Nik San added a comment -

          I'm not seeing it at all in 2.40 that was auto updated from within Jenkins Plugin manager. :/

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          niksan Nik San added a comment - I'm not seeing it at all in 2.40 that was auto updated from within Jenkins Plugin manager. :/
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          slide_o_mix Alex Earl added a comment -

          Are you missing the semicolon at the end of the entity?

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          slide_o_mix Alex Earl added a comment - Are you missing the semicolon at the end of the entity?
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          niksan Nik San added a comment -

          Yes, yes I am, I guess the last version let it through, but browsers and email clients happily display without the semicolon as well, so I guess this isn't a bug. Sorry.

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          niksan Nik San added a comment - Yes, yes I am, I guess the last version let it through, but browsers and email clients happily display without the semicolon as well, so I guess this isn't a bug. Sorry.

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            • Assignee:
              slide_o_mix Alex Earl
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              niksan Nik San
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