Add a caption to an image without having to type out the name by hand.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Add an image in VisualEditor (e.g., an image of a person). Open the caption dialog.
- Go to another window (e.g., an article about the person) and copy a =Name= from the article title.
- Paste the rich text into the caption.
The pasted text retained rich formatting. It is not possible to remove the =Heading= formatting. Only '''text''' <s>formatting</s> can be added or removed in that dialog. So if you copy the article title from [[George Washington]] and paste it into the caption box, then it produces this wikitext:
<span dir="auto">George Washington</span>
and there is no way to remove the formatting.
That either you could remove the formatting, or ideally, that the caption box would strip the unwanted formatting automagically. There's no obvious reason why someone would need or want a ==Heading== of any level in a caption.
Reproducible: Didn't try
Confirmed in Safari 6 and Firefox 26