I think I've hit a bug in the wiki editor... (or I'm doing something really wrong, which is also possible).
We are using Fogbugz version 8.0.26 (DB 767, Build 2284) on Linux (a Debian Sid distribution), and we have observed that the editor seems to add automatically a "mailto:" prefix to the links we type in the wiki (and, therefore, "breaking" the links in the resulting web page). The issue is easy to reproduce:
1.- Create a "New Article" in any wiki.
2.- Type something and then add a link by pressing Ctrl-K (i typed "http://a.b.c/d/e/f" in the "Link to:" field - without the double quotes - and entered nothing in the "Link Text"). Then I clicked on the "Ok", so the "http:
3.- Click on "Save" and then "Save and View" in the dialog box. When hovering over the link in the resulting web page, the link turns out to be "mailto:http://a.b.c/d/e/f" instead of what I typed ("http://a.b.c/d/e/f").
Trying to resolve the problem, I did the following actions
1.- Clicked on the "Edit" page and went over the link, clicked on it, and then selected "Edit Link".
2.- In the dialog box, in the "Link to:" field, the "mailto:" prefix had magically appeared, so I deleted it and clicked ok.
3.- Before saving the page, I clicked again on the link and the "Edit Link" option again, so the dialog box was open again and... I sadly observed that the "mailto:" prefix was there again :-( (Of course, removing the prefix and saving the page "without looking into the link again" made no difference...)
Next experiment: I edited the page again, went into the "Edit HTML Source" view, and manually removed the "mailto:" prefix. Then went back to the "normal" edit mode, and clicked "save and view"... Now the "mailto:" did not appear when hovering over the link... but the correct "http:" prefix had also disappeared!!!! (the link appeared just as "a.b.c/d/e/f" which was also wrong. - side comment, if I changed http: by https:, then it was not removed.). Again, saving the page directly from the "html source view" made no difference.
If I'm doing something wrong, please tell me (I'm clueless). If this is a bug, please fix it. Sorry for the long post, but I wanted to make sure that you had enough information... Please let me know if you need any other detail.