I am developing a custom publish that has several custom fields. Once the value joined for that custom fields consists of just one quote, everything after it's chopped off. It is possible to filter I'm able to use to flee quotes so that they are read in included in the string?

I've got a large amount of custom fields, but here to illustrate the code I am using.

// prefix of meta keys, optional
// use underscore (_) at the beginning to make keys hidden, for example $prefix =     '_rw_';
// you also can make prefix empty to disable it
$prefix = 'rw_';
$meta_boxes = array();
// first meta box
$meta_boxes[] = array(
'id' => 'entry_data',                           // meta box     id, unique per meta box
'title' => 'Entry Data',            // meta box title
'pages' => array('dictionary_entry'),   // post types, accept custom post types as     well, default is array('post'); optional
'context' => 'normal',                      // where the meta box appear: normal (default), advanced, side; optional
'priority' => 'high',                       // order of meta box: high (default), low; optional
'fields' => array(                          // list of meta fields
    array(
        'name' => 'Definition 1',                   // field name
        'desc' => 'What does this mean?',   // field description, optional
        'id' => $prefix . 'definition1',                // field id, i.e. the meta key
        'type' => 'text',                       // text box
        'std' => '',                    // default value, optional
        'validate_func' => 'check_name'         // validate function, created below, inside RW_Meta_Box_Validate class
    ),
    array(
        'name' => 'Example 1',                  // field name
        'desc' => 'Use it in a sentence?',  // field description, optional
        'id' => $prefix . 'example1',               // field id, i.e. the meta key
        'type' => 'text',                       // text box
        'std' => '',                    // default value, optional
        'validate_func' => 'check_name'         // validate function, created below, inside RW_Meta_Box_Validate class
    ),
)
);

Perhaps you have attempted using [cde] on value read in the textbox?