The newsletter sent using the articleclip function will send broken links (article link and image or files from tiki).
The link for the article look like relative "http://./article1" (as you read the newsletter into a mail browser or a mail application it will go nowhere) instead of absolute "http://www.mywebsite/article1".
Same for pictures added using the file gallery system "http://./tiki-download_file.=
Note: It seams it was broken between the 29/04/13 and the 30/04/13. (i check previous received newsletter). But i couldn't track the change that has done the regression.
Update: I create an instance and tested on it. The article title link seams to be back. Also external image (http source) are now displayed however, internal files/image are not displayed properly as they show just fine on the article itself: http://bsfez-11581-4768.show.tikiwiki.org/tiki-edit_article.php?articleId=1
And in the preview of sending the newsletter:
Do you need more info ?
Update: I deleted the previous instance and recreated the use case. It is still not working for me. I tried with an internal image directly added to the newsletter using the creditor and the "article clip" plugin. Same.
I include you and Pascal so you received the newsletter and can see the problem i'm talking about. Please note, WYSIWYG editor is used and the articles header are done using CKeditor only. Also the newsletter editor is WYSIWYG (no wiki syntax anywhere). May be this is related.
I had tested this with 12.x and trunk. All links and images are linked, with the proper content.
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