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7/16/2013 5:11 PM
 
Is there anyplace we can add regex to display name format to stop people from adding a space after their display name? If they do, Ifinity URLMaster won't 'prettify' the URL ... also, like 'firstnamespace#lastname'
Seems like you can't add regex to SiteSettings | UserAccount Settings | DisplayNameFormat
Or, Bruce, is there anything I can add to URLMaster to fix this? DNN 6.2.4
 
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7/16/2013 6:15 PM
 

Sorry, I don't know of a way to do this.  It can't be fixed in Url Master because it doesn't control the display name.

 
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7/17/2013 3:56 AM
 
displaynameformat "[FIRSTNAME] [LASTNAME]" will autocreate displayname, but if lastname has a trailing blank, this gets included as well.
please create an item into the public issue tracker at support.dotnetnuke.com, to trim first name and last name prior to creating display name.

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