Image class names change to all lowercase when edited using Google Chrome

In the Insert/Edit Image window within the HTML Editor, there is a "Class" drop-down control on the Appearance tab that can be used to assign a CSS class to the image.  When using Google Chrome 37.0.2062.124 m to edit these image properties, Google Chrome changes the CSS class name to all lowercase characters [e.g. "imageclass" instead of "ImageClass"], which prevents the styles assigned to the class within the style sheet from being applied to the image due to the difference in letter case in the class name.

This issue is resolved in the latest version of Google Chrome. Please ensure your browser is up-to-date to resolve this issue.
 

Alternative solution:

  1. Edit the image class properties using a different supported web browser [IE 9-11, or the latest versions of Mozilla Firefox and Safari].

Environment

 6.58.806, patch 6

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