I have a question for mr void256.
Does your html converter support the < and > signs in string texts?
So far as I have tested, it doesn’t support:
‘& #62;’ ‘& #60;’
(I added spaces here so I don’t get the < and > symbols)
I am using the nifty-html-1.3.1 jar version.
Can you provide any details about it?
Nifty uses the http://htmlparser.sourceforge.net/ project to parse HTML. And as it turns out translating HTML-entities is an optional step that the Nifty HTML module did not perform.
I’ve fixed that now. See this commit for details: https://github.com/void256/nifty-gui/commit/4a670ab691cb1d8e0b05c53e008b2ae160b8d61b
Thanks for the hint