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--- Comment #3 from Andrew Garrett <> ---
I'm quite confused by this bug.

It's happening directly because of the "don't let users submit until the
textbox has something in it" feature. For some reason it thinks that the
textbox is always empty.

When you set a breakpoint on the appropriate spot in ext.flow.editor.none.js,
you find that this.$node is a whole bunch of different textareas.

Further investigation indicates that the node that an editor is responsible for
is stored inside the editor itself, which is fine until you realise that that
editor is reused for all of the nodes. So how does the editor know which of the
nodes to check for text in?

Yet, when you open a number of different editors across the page, they all seem
to work correctly. So clearly it's working *somehow*.

Adding Matthias to CC, since he wrote most of the editor code.

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