I didn't see a post about it so I thought it was just me. I tried to use the linking tool yesterday and the window would not automatically close. So I had to close it using the little "x" on the top right corner. The link forms and looks normal but when I clicked it, it took me to my home page/feed.
I tried again today and the same thing happened. The link tool is not accepting the URL!
I just did some testing in Chrome 26 in Windows 7 and I think I was able to reproduce the issue. It appears in some cases that you have to click "save" multiple times before a capsule closes and commits your changes.
I have sent the issue to our engineering team to be addressed.
Thanks for taking the time to report it!
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