Separate e-mail subject field in the link wizard
In the current implementation, an editor can define a prefilled e-mail subject using the URL parameter "subject". The downside of this way is the requirement to encode these parameters (like spaces). Moreover, not every editor is familiar with these possibilities.
To make it easier for the editors, we should add a separate input field for the subject of the e-mail.
The subject can then be attached to the mailto as a url-encoded parameter when clicking on the "Set link" button.
Other possible parameters:
#3 Updated by Jan Delius over 1 year ago
Shouldn't that be classified as a bug, then? According to https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6068#section-5 a space must be encoded as %20. TYPO3 supports the standard when using the configuration with spamProtectEmailAddresses here only partially or incorrectly.
#4 Updated by Guido S. over 1 year ago
So far, the method, purely theoretically, did not have to pay attention to such signs. I will check it all over. Basically, this is a feature because it adds something new. If the spamProtection method returns something wrong, we might think about a bugfix. But I'm still watching.
#5 Updated by Guido S. over 1 year ago
Okay...Core calls htmlspecialchars twice: CKEditor and then in ContentObjectRenderer.php This isn't a problem if we don't use new params at the EmailService ;-) I'll try to finish the patch at the weekend and then let's see. But it's definitely a feature for version 9.