I have fixed a bug with IE6 and IE7 that prevented the rich text editor from fully loading and allowing text input. The problem started when I upgraded the text editor to the latest release this week. It was essential to upgrade, because the old version would not work properly with newer browsers, like IE9.
The only solution to the IE6/IE7 bug was to disable the autosave feature in IE6 and IE7, so unfortunately people using those browsers will not be able to rescue content if they accidentally close their browser or navigate away from the editor page.
For every other Web browser, the autosave feature will continue working just fine. (The autosave feature is the "life ring" icon located on the left side of the first row of buttons in the editor toolbar.)
Note: IE6 and IE7 are no longer officially supported by Lottery Post, as Microsoft has made it clear that those browsers are not secure and do not provide a modern Web experience. If you are still using IE6 or IE7, it is vital that you upgrade your Web browser.