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Extra \ parses before a ' or a "

#1
On my Flexile theme, they have a few fields to add some text strings and whatnot. In their "Right Area Content," I'll try to put something like this in their field.

Code:
<p>Mario Kart 3DS Forum is currently in beta. All Feedback and Suggestions are greatly Appreciated.. <a href="http://3ds.dashingforums.com/forums/suggestions-and-feedback.26">More »</a></p>
Then, this is parsed.

Code:
<p>Mario Kart 3DS Forum is currently in beta. All Feedback and Suggestions are greatly Appreciated.. <a href=\"http://3ds.dashingforums.com/forums/suggestions-and-feedback.26\">More »</a></p>
The extra \ breaks the links. Or, I'll be in the CSS, and I have this...

Code:
'Trebuchet MS', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif
It parses to this.
Code:
\'Trebuchet MS\', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif
Then, the font doesn't work in Chrome. Is there a way to not parse the backslash?
 
#3
It's similar, but mine are back slashes, and preceded the quotes. Was this already added to RC3?

EDIT: Never mind, I'll try to disable the stuff in .htaccess.

EDIT: Alright, cool. Thanks Mike.