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locked Re: suggestion - Consistency (ies)

 

Hi All,

I've gone through and changed a bunch of references to the word post to message instead. I'm on the fence of changing Subscription to Preferences, because there's a preferences section in your account already. I could be swayed however.

Also, limericks (and also haikus) are expressly permitted and encouraged.

Thanks,
Mark


moderated fix misleading language in confirmation email

 

The confirmation email now reads

"Thank you for your interest in Groups.io and the group [xyz group]. To complete your subscription, please reply to this email."

This is misleading when the group is restricted. It sounds like replying to the confirmation email "completes" their subscription. I suggest changing this to "To confirm your interest in joining, please reply to this email" or something along those lines.

For years I've been unaware of this language, and I just discovered after running an unrelated test. It might even account for the frequent failures by pending members to return required questionnaires.


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moderated Re: Site updates #changelog

Glenn Glazer
 

On 9/3/2019 08:56, Mark Fletcher wrote:
On Sat, Aug 31, 2019 at 8:16 AM Glenn Glazer <glenn.glazer@...> wrote:

I'm curious, Mark. Does the API have many programmatic clients outside of the groups.io infrastructure itself?

Are you asking about programming libraries to interface with the API, or about people using the API? In terms of libraries, I list one in the API docs, but I don't know the status of it. The API is just json objects, so it's (supposed to be) straightforward to use.
 
In terms of people/companies, there are a couple that I know about. An analytics firm does some sort of message analysis on behalf of one of our enterprise customers using the API. Another has built/is building a dashboard on top of the API. I think there may be a couple more, but because I don't require any sort of specific registration to use the API, I don't really track it.

Mark

That answers the question sufficiently, thanks. I can totally see designing the API for internal purposes but was curious as to what external applications there might be.

Thanks,

Glenn

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moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

Ken Schweizer
 

I am amazed that the formatting followed and didn't insert the extra <LF> here as it hasn't seemed to do that in our group.

 

Ken

 

“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless.

Not to speak is to speak.

Not to act is to act.”

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

 

From: main@beta.groups.io [mailto:main@beta.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ken Schweizer
Sent: Tuesday, September 3, 2019 11:36 AM
To: main@beta.groups.io
Subject: Re: [beta] maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages #request

 

Thanks Bob,

I have tried that and Word still inserts a paragraph code that appears to be interpreted as a <cr><lf><lf>

How now brown cow

1.      Without the paragraph code outlined go to pot
the is the second line s/b line 2.

2.       s/b 3

a.      S/B a with two indents

 

I don't know if all of the MS formattings make it to Groups.io or if some gets stripped out on the "way", but most times indenting doesn't follow through to groups.io. I formatted the above as an outline, so we will see.

As you implied MS Word is at best a compatibility disaster, but MS doesn't care.

 

Ken

 

“You do what you can for as long as you can, and when you finally can’t, you do the next best thing. You back up but you don’t give up.” ―Chuck Yeager

 

From: main@beta.groups.io [mailto:main@beta.groups.io] On Behalf Of Bob Bellizzi
Sent: Monday, September 2, 2019 11:58 AM
To: main@beta.groups.io
Subject: Re: [beta] maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages #request

 

You don't need Macros to handle this.
A simple way to change the formatting in word is to:

  • Go to the Home Screen which is usually the default.
  • Just above the word "Paragraph" is a vertical double arrow.
    Click that,
  • Use the functions to remove spacing before and after paragraphs (if they are there)
  • Right Click on your Normal font (Just below "View" in the top tool bar).
  • Click "Update Normal to Match Selection".
  • Click File/Save to save that to your default document.

That should set your Normal to default to no extra spacing before and after paragraphs.
--

Bob Bellizzi


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

Ken Schweizer
 

Thanks Bob,

I have tried that and Word still inserts a paragraph code that appears to be interpreted as a <cr><lf><lf>

How now brown cow

1.    Without the paragraph code outlined go to pot
the is the second line s/b line 2.

2.     s/b 3

a.    S/B a with two indents

 

I don't know if all of the MS formattings make it to Groups.io or if some gets stripped out on the "way", but most times indenting doesn't follow through to groups.io. I formatted the above as an outline, so we will see.

As you implied MS Word is at best a compatibility disaster, but MS doesn't care.

 

Ken

 

“You do what you can for as long as you can, and when you finally can’t, you do the next best thing. You back up but you don’t give up.” ―Chuck Yeager

 

From: main@beta.groups.io [mailto:main@beta.groups.io] On Behalf Of Bob Bellizzi
Sent: Monday, September 2, 2019 11:58 AM
To: main@beta.groups.io
Subject: Re: [beta] maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages #request

 

You don't need Macros to handle this.
A simple way to change the formatting in word is to:

  • Go to the Home Screen which is usually the default.
  • Just above the word "Paragraph" is a vertical double arrow.
    Click that,
  • Use the functions to remove spacing before and after paragraphs (if they are there)
  • Right Click on your Normal font (Just below "View" in the top tool bar).
  • Click "Update Normal to Match Selection".
  • Click File/Save to save that to your default document.

That should set your Normal to default to no extra spacing before and after paragraphs.
--

Bob Bellizzi


moderated Re: Site updates #changelog

 

On Sat, Aug 31, 2019 at 8:16 AM Glenn Glazer <glenn.glazer@...> wrote:

I'm curious, Mark. Does the API have many programmatic clients outside of the groups.io infrastructure itself?

Are you asking about programming libraries to interface with the API, or about people using the API? In terms of libraries, I list one in the API docs, but I don't know the status of it. The API is just json objects, so it's (supposed to be) straightforward to use.
 
In terms of people/companies, there are a couple that I know about. An analytics firm does some sort of message analysis on behalf of one of our enterprise customers using the API. Another has built/is building a dashboard on top of the API. I think there may be a couple more, but because I don't require any sort of specific registration to use the API, I don't really track it.

Mark


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

Sure, and here comes another “yeah but”: yeah but again, not gonna ask my group members to compose using notepad. I think I’m done here because this has gone off in a direction that doesn’t bear on the actual practical problem. Either Mark can dream up a fix or he can’t. Thanks, all.


On Sep 2, 2019, at 11:11 AM, Bob Bellizzi <cdfexec@...> wrote:

Yeah, I know what you mean about Word.  Most people use it like a typewriter which it isn't.
If you want to compose a la typewriter you're better off using Notepad.
There's not much in the way of formatting that has to be cleansed by gio when you copy/paste from Notepad.
--

Bob Bellizzi


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J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

Bob Bellizzi
 

Yeah, I know what you mean about Word.  Most people use it like a typewriter which it isn't.
If you want to compose a la typewriter you're better off using Notepad.
There's not much in the way of formatting that has to be cleansed by gio when you copy/paste from Notepad.
--

Bob Bellizzi


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

Well, thanks, Bob, but (a) that's not simple and (b) no way I'm going to instruct all my group members to do that, just in case they want to copy/paste a Word doc into a message. Or is it post ...;) None of these solutions to the Word problem solves the groups.io problem, although all of it is (borderline) interesting...
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J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

Bob Bellizzi
 

You don't need Macros to handle this.
A simple way to change the formatting in word is to:
  • Go to the Home Screen which is usually the default.
  • Just above the word "Paragraph" is a vertical double arrow.
    Click that,
  • Use the functions to remove spacing before and after paragraphs (if they are there)
  • Right Click on your Normal font (Just below "View" in the top tool bar).
  • Click "Update Normal to Match Selection".
  • Click File/Save to save that to your default document.

That should set your Normal to default to no extra spacing before and after paragraphs.
--

Bob Bellizzi


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

In other words, my groups.io message comes through just fine in gmail, without the extra spaces (paragraph breaks), but not on the group archive.

On Sep 1, 2019, at 10:08 PM, J_Catlady via Groups.Io <j.olivia.catlady=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

All very interesting but it’s still the dominant word processor and people expect it to behave nice even if it doesn’t. And why does gmail, for example, deal with it ok but not gio?
On Sep 1, 2019, at 9:40 PM, D R Stinson <dano@mt.net> wrote:

The root of the problem is Word itself. Back before M$ Word, the predominant 'professional' word processing program was WordPerfect. It was (and still is) a clean, solid program that does what one expects it to do. When Bill Gates came along and decided to build up Micro$oft, he had to have an office suite so he bought an existing program and had his people soup it up. But it had, and still has a lot of strange quirks and failings. He sold it by telling people that it was the only word processing program that would work with M$ Explorer. That wasn't true, but that, combined with the 'first version is free' trick, it convinced enough people back in the 'dark ages' of personal computing that it became the dominant word processor.

It has a number of failings, some of which have been enumerated here. One thing I've found is that Word leaves a lot of trash in it's files. Any coding that was put in and not removed in exactly the same way is still in it. As a long-time and continuing WordPerfect user I'm used to WP's 'RevealCodes' function which shows a version of the displayed document below the WYSYWYG version, and shows all the embedded codes. (M$ said years ago they were going to add this, but they still haven't been able to make it happen.) On may occasions I could take a Word document that wasn't working right, open it in WP and remove the redundant and troublesome codes, and then resave it as a Word document.

Because of problems like this, and the desire to use the reader's own preferred fonts and sizes, I set my groups for plain text. That gets rid of those problems and lets the reader use his preferred fonts and sizes for their preferred readability. One way to convert it is to copy your document from Word into Notepad and then paste *that* into your message. That will generally strip out the troublesome stuff.

Just my two cents worth.

Dano


----- Original Message -----
Hi J,

It is a Microsoft Word idiosyncrasy. When you press Enter Microsoft Word thinks you want to create a new paragraph. It's the (IMO) stupid default behavior to then put a gap between the two lines and I haven't been able to find a way to go back to the old, normal, word.

If you want to simply put a single line between the two press SHIFT + ENTER rather than just Enter. There are several Macros that will do it automatically for you, but you should be proficient in VB to implement them.

As to the other formatting issues I "believe" it is an Internet thing. We had the same issues when trying to copy a Word outline to Yahoo groups. In order to get a pseudo indent, I had to replace the spaces with a "." (dot or period). Maybe someone who is familiar with the way the Internet handles multiple spaces can answer your question better than I.

Ken



--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

All very interesting but it’s still the dominant word processor and people expect it to behave nice even if it doesn’t. And why does gmail, for example, deal with it ok but not gio?

On Sep 1, 2019, at 9:40 PM, D R Stinson <dano@mt.net> wrote:

The root of the problem is Word itself. Back before M$ Word, the predominant 'professional' word processing program was WordPerfect. It was (and still is) a clean, solid program that does what one expects it to do. When Bill Gates came along and decided to build up Micro$oft, he had to have an office suite so he bought an existing program and had his people soup it up. But it had, and still has a lot of strange quirks and failings. He sold it by telling people that it was the only word processing program that would work with M$ Explorer. That wasn't true, but that, combined with the 'first version is free' trick, it convinced enough people back in the 'dark ages' of personal computing that it became the dominant word processor.

It has a number of failings, some of which have been enumerated here. One thing I've found is that Word leaves a lot of trash in it's files. Any coding that was put in and not removed in exactly the same way is still in it. As a long-time and continuing WordPerfect user I'm used to WP's 'RevealCodes' function which shows a version of the displayed document below the WYSYWYG version, and shows all the embedded codes. (M$ said years ago they were going to add this, but they still haven't been able to make it happen.) On may occasions I could take a Word document that wasn't working right, open it in WP and remove the redundant and troublesome codes, and then resave it as a Word document.

Because of problems like this, and the desire to use the reader's own preferred fonts and sizes, I set my groups for plain text. That gets rid of those problems and lets the reader use his preferred fonts and sizes for their preferred readability. One way to convert it is to copy your document from Word into Notepad and then paste *that* into your message. That will generally strip out the troublesome stuff.

Just my two cents worth.

Dano


----- Original Message -----
Hi J,

It is a Microsoft Word idiosyncrasy. When you press Enter Microsoft Word thinks you want to create a new paragraph. It's the (IMO) stupid default behavior to then put a gap between the two lines and I haven't been able to find a way to go back to the old, normal, word.

If you want to simply put a single line between the two press SHIFT + ENTER rather than just Enter. There are several Macros that will do it automatically for you, but you should be proficient in VB to implement them.

As to the other formatting issues I "believe" it is an Internet thing. We had the same issues when trying to copy a Word outline to Yahoo groups. In order to get a pseudo indent, I had to replace the spaces with a "." (dot or period). Maybe someone who is familiar with the way the Internet handles multiple spaces can answer your question better than I.

Ken


--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

The root of the problem is Word itself. Back before M$ Word, the predominant 'professional' word processing program was WordPerfect. It was (and still is) a clean, solid program that does what one expects it to do. When Bill Gates came along and decided to build up Micro$oft, he had to have an office suite so he bought an existing program and had his people soup it up. But it had, and still has a lot of strange quirks and failings. He sold it by telling people that it was the only word processing program that would work with M$ Explorer. That wasn't true, but that, combined with the 'first version is free' trick, it convinced enough people back in the 'dark ages' of personal computing that it became the dominant word processor.

It has a number of failings, some of which have been enumerated here. One thing I've found is that Word leaves a lot of trash in it's files. Any coding that was put in and not removed in exactly the same way is still in it. As a long-time and continuing WordPerfect user I'm used to WP's 'RevealCodes' function which shows a version of the displayed document below the WYSYWYG version, and shows all the embedded codes. (M$ said years ago they were going to add this, but they still haven't been able to make it happen.) On may occasions I could take a Word document that wasn't working right, open it in WP and remove the redundant and troublesome codes, and then resave it as a Word document.

Because of problems like this, and the desire to use the reader's own preferred fonts and sizes, I set my groups for plain text. That gets rid of those problems and lets the reader use his preferred fonts and sizes for their preferred readability. One way to convert it is to copy your document from Word into Notepad and then paste *that* into your message. That will generally strip out the troublesome stuff.

Just my two cents worth.

Dano

----- Original Message -----
Hi J,

It is a Microsoft Word idiosyncrasy. When you press Enter Microsoft Word thinks you want to create a new paragraph. It's the (IMO) stupid default behavior to then put a gap between the two lines and I haven't been able to find a way to go back to the old, normal, word.

If you want to simply put a single line between the two press SHIFT + ENTER rather than just Enter. There are several Macros that will do it automatically for you, but you should be proficient in VB to implement them.

As to the other formatting issues I "believe" it is an Internet thing. We had the same issues when trying to copy a Word outline to Yahoo groups. In order to get a pseudo indent, I had to replace the spaces with a "." (dot or period). Maybe someone who is familiar with the way the Internet handles multiple spaces can answer your question better than I.

Ken


moderated Re: Suggestion for new feed page

KWKloeber
 

Old topic - new request

Could the feed, next to each active post, also identify the last member who replied?
Other forums (VERY helpful) display what member originated the topic and the member who last posted.
It's very handy to know whether you are, for instance, going to open up your own last reply vs someone else's reply. Or a reply from "fred" that you have already viewed.  It wouldn't be a perfect solution but would go a long way.

-K


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

Shal,
Yes, I get all of that. I was responding to Ken's helpful suggestion of how to get around it, and how that's not really going to help me or my group members. The (seeming) randomness is that I certainly don't remember doing anything different between lines that got the extra spaces (paragraph breaks) and the ones that didn't.
Thanks.
--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

J,

But in some seemingly random subset, extra paragraph breaks
appeared in the gio version.
The paragraph breaks appeared in your email message, as created with GROUPS.IO Web Poster. But it likely got them from your word document.

The paragraph breaks are present in Gmail and Thunderbird but don't create extra spacing because the HTML paragraph elements are marked to specify zero extra space.

The bug / limitation is that Groups.io's web presentation apparently ignores those parameters and applies its own inter-paragraph spacing.

Shal


locked Re: suggestion - Consistency (ies)

 

Ken,

Ok, I could accept that - except that gio uses *message* and *post*
interchangeably,
Looking at the Settings page with fresh eyes I see what you mean. (And I would prefer to settle on /message/, see below).

E.g. the Message Policies section:

|_| Allow Non Subscribers to Post
Posts by non-subscribers will be moderated, instead of rejected.

The first usage is simply an implied object ("... to Post Messages"), but the second is a nominalization. It could be corrected as "Messages from non-subscribers..." (or "Posting by non-subscribers...").

Arguably the correction to "Messages from" would be an improvement.

I note that sometimes GMF gets questions that imply a belief that the Moderated setting also causes other content (Files, Photos) from members to also be held pending. Specifically:

|_| Moderated
All posts require approval before being sent to the group.

and also (in a member's membership page):

Posting Privileges
o Use Group Moderation Setting
...

In both those contexts "post" may be interpreted more broadly than just messages, and absent any moderation controls specific to Files or Photos some people use (or hope for or wish for) the broader interpretation.

Shal


locked Re: suggestion - Consistency (ies)

KWKloeber
 

On Sat, Aug 31, 2019 at 02:36 PM, Shal Farley wrote:
please don't take my disagreement
with any of the specific examples as a dismissal of your overall goal.
I'm ot suggesting that at all, just that -- sometimes a person's bias (preference?) might tend to keep one's shoes tied tightly, making it more difficult to try on and walk in another's shoes.  At least I know I'm sometimes guilty of that until I remove the bias (preference?) shades.

<<<<perhaps "blowing up" the group.

My thought was that /Subscription/ better implies a personal connection
to the user - in the context of a group it could only refer to one's
personal subscription to that group.>>>>
My thought is that "subscription" is something members (of my age) used to order when we put a check in the mail to "newsweek." and it arrived by good old Post Office.   I had no say in any preferences such as delivery when or how, or when they published, or any "setting" of the sort.
> At least "Preferences" (display, communication, etc) would be
> recognizable.

That's not bad. It may be better.

I think it has a much more personal connotation than /Settings/, and a
more "friendly" one. Something offered as your preference doesn't seem
as risky as (read with a booming ominous voice in your head) A SETTING.
I see your point, I doubt the fear of blowing up the group settings, but do agree the connotation of "Preference" more personable and more personal.
It would also be consistent usage with the Preferences page in your Account.
It is consistent with the (uugh) Subscription page.   which reads... "Advanced Preferences.
I think it would be well understood that the Preferences would pertain to the group (uggh subscription) to which you are currently signed on.

I see where the disconnect is...
Rightfully, (given no shortage of screen space) the sidebar might read "Your Subscription Settings" (aka preferences) or "Settings for this subscription"  - some permutation of those. 
Your TV remote (or for most any device) doesn't have a button "Your TV Settings" or "Settings for your TV"-- It's shortened to "Settings", "TV" is understood.
So shortening "Your Subscription Settings"  to "Subscription" loses all the context.

-K


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

And also, there’s something inconsistent about this. In my limerick, I clearly used “return” to create new lines. They came out fine in my Word doc. But in some seemingly random subset, extra paragraph breaks appeared in the gio version.


On Sep 1, 2019, at 7:48 PM, J_Catlady via Groups.Io <j.olivia.catlady@...> wrote:

Maybe. But this doesn’t help my group members and doesn’t explain why it comes out fine in gmail. It’s invisible after the Word doc is created, edited, and otherwise futzed with until the member seems it acceptable for posting. Then, voila, all their hard work down the drain when they see how the post appears.


On Sep 1, 2019, at 7:43 PM, Ken Schweizer <kensch888@...> wrote:

Hi J,

 

It is a Microsoft Word idiosyncrasy. When you press Enter Microsoft Word thinks you want to create a new paragraph. It's the (IMO) stupid default behavior to then put a gap between the two lines and I haven't been able to find a way to go back to the old, normal, word.

If you want to simply put a single line between the two press SHIFT + ENTER rather than just Enter. There are several Macros that will do it automatically for you, but you should be proficient in VB to implement them.

 

As to the other formatting issues I "believe" it is an Internet thing. We had the same issues when trying to copy a Word outline to Yahoo groups. In order to get a pseudo indent, I had to replace the spaces with a "." (dot or period).  Maybe someone who is familiar with the way the Internet handles multiple spaces can answer your question better than I.

 

Ken

 

“You do what you can for as long as you can, and when you finally can’t, you do the next best thing. You back up but you don’t give up.” ―Chuck Yeager

 

From: main@beta.groups.io [mailto:main@beta.groups.io] On Behalf Of J_Catlady
Sent: Sunday, September 1, 2019 3:07 PM
To: main@beta.groups.io
Subject: [beta] maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages #request

 

i make this request not only because of my ill-fated limerick this morning, which I copy/pasted from a Word doc, and which appeared here with extra line spaces, but because the problem occurs frequently in my group as well: when someone copy/pastes a Word doc into a message, the formatting is often all screwed up, including, but not necessarily limited to, the addition of extra line (or paragraph) breaks. I don't know if anything can be done about this, but will remain hopeful.
--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages

 

Maybe. But this doesn’t help my group members and doesn’t explain why it comes out fine in gmail. It’s invisible after the Word doc is created, edited, and otherwise futzed with until the member seems it acceptable for posting. Then, voila, all their hard work down the drain when they see how the post appears.


On Sep 1, 2019, at 7:43 PM, Ken Schweizer <kensch888@...> wrote:

Hi J,

 

It is a Microsoft Word idiosyncrasy. When you press Enter Microsoft Word thinks you want to create a new paragraph. It's the (IMO) stupid default behavior to then put a gap between the two lines and I haven't been able to find a way to go back to the old, normal, word.

If you want to simply put a single line between the two press SHIFT + ENTER rather than just Enter. There are several Macros that will do it automatically for you, but you should be proficient in VB to implement them.

 

As to the other formatting issues I "believe" it is an Internet thing. We had the same issues when trying to copy a Word outline to Yahoo groups. In order to get a pseudo indent, I had to replace the spaces with a "." (dot or period).  Maybe someone who is familiar with the way the Internet handles multiple spaces can answer your question better than I.

 

Ken

 

“You do what you can for as long as you can, and when you finally can’t, you do the next best thing. You back up but you don’t give up.” ―Chuck Yeager

 

From: main@beta.groups.io [mailto:main@beta.groups.io] On Behalf Of J_Catlady
Sent: Sunday, September 1, 2019 3:07 PM
To: main@beta.groups.io
Subject: [beta] maintain Word formatting when copy-pasting documents into messages #request

 

i make this request not only because of my ill-fated limerick this morning, which I copy/pasted from a Word doc, and which appeared here with extra line spaces, but because the problem occurs frequently in my group as well: when someone copy/pastes a Word doc into a message, the formatting is often all screwed up, including, but not necessarily limited to, the addition of extra line (or paragraph) breaks. I don't know if anything can be done about this, but will remain hopeful.
--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu

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