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😉 Good Guy 😉:

>*Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail?*

Yes with Original HTML. No with Simple HTML. But since I'm using a news
group for access I'm always using Plain Text.

'always' meaning except for testing purposes. :)

Hartmut
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Hartmut
11/5/2019 11:06:01 PM
Hartmut Figge wrote on 6/11/2019 10:06 AM:
> 😉 Good Guy 😉:
> 
>> *Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail?*
> 
> Yes with Original HTML. No with Simple HTML. But since I'm using a news
> group for access I'm always using Plain Text.
> 
> 'always' meaning except for testing purposes. :)
> 
> Hartmut
> 
Ditto for me .... with addition information ... in PT I see an * at 
either end of Good Guys text indicating he wanted the text in BOLD, 
which it is in both forms of HTML but not in the PT version ... as I 
would have expected it to be!

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Daniel
11/6/2019 5:31:22 AM
Daniel:

>Ditto for me .... with addition information ... in PT I see an * at 
>either end of Good Guys text indicating he wanted the text in BOLD, 
>which it is in both forms of HTML but not in the PT version ... as I 
>would have expected it to be!

I didn't notice the 'bold' issue. But let's see what happens without the
question mark at the right border.

*Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail*

Hartmut
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Hartmut
11/6/2019 9:03:03 AM
Hartmut Figge wrote on 6/11/2019 8:03 PM:
> Daniel:
> 
>> Ditto for me .... with addition information ... in PT I see an * at
>> either end of Good Guys text indicating he wanted the text in BOLD,
>> which it is in both forms of HTML but not in the PT version ... as I
>> would have expected it to be!
> 
> I didn't notice the 'bold' issue. But let's see what happens without the
> question mark at the right border.
> 
> *Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail*
> 
> Hartmut
> 
Ah!! The '?' mark!! I missed that. ;-(

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Daniel
11/6/2019 11:43:41 AM
Daniel wrote:

> Hartmut Figge wrote on 6/11/2019 8:03 PM:
>> Daniel:
>>> Ditto for me .... with addition information ... in PT I see an * at
>>> either end of Good Guys text indicating he wanted the text in BOLD,
>>> which it is in both forms of HTML but not in the PT version ... as I
>>> would have expected it to be!
>> 
>> I didn't notice the 'bold' issue. But let's see what happens without
>> the question mark at the right border.
>> 
>> *Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail*
>> 
>> Hartmut
>> 
> Ah!! The '?' mark!! I missed that. ;-(

The "bolding" with the question mark inside the asterisks only seems to 
fail in SeaMonkey (and Thunderbird). Works fine in Pan.
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Richard
11/6/2019 1:12:30 PM
Richard Alan:

>The "bolding" with the question mark inside the asterisks only seems to 
>fail in SeaMonkey (and Thunderbird). Works fine in Pan.

It would be interesting to know why Mozilla decided to put limits for
the borders. No limits for Pan? Umlauts?

Hartmut
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Hartmut
11/6/2019 1:31:02 PM
Richard Alan wrote on 06/11/19 14:12:
> Daniel wrote:
> 
>> Hartmut Figge wrote on 6/11/2019 8:03 PM:
>>> Daniel:
>>>> Ditto for me .... with addition information ... in PT I see an * at
>>>> either end of Good Guys text indicating he wanted the text in BOLD,
>>>> which it is in both forms of HTML but not in the PT version ... as I
>>>> would have expected it to be!
>>>
>>> I didn't notice the 'bold' issue. But let's see what happens without
>>> the question mark at the right border.
>>>
>>> *Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail*
>>>
>>> Hartmut
>>>
>> Ah!! The '?' mark!! I missed that. ;-(
> 
> The "bolding" with the question mark inside the asterisks only seems to
> fail in SeaMonkey (and Thunderbird). Works fine in Pan.
> 

and ;-( is not supported, :-( is \:\-\(

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GerardJan
11/6/2019 6:14:07 PM
On 06/11/2019 19:14, GerardJan wrote:
> Richard Alan wrote on 06/11/19 14:12:
>> Daniel wrote:
>>
>>> Hartmut Figge wrote on 6/11/2019 8:03 PM:
>>>> Daniel:
>>>>> Ditto for me .... with addition information ... in PT I see an * at
>>>>> either end of Good Guys text indicating he wanted the text in BOLD,
>>>>> which it is in both forms of HTML but not in the PT version ... as I
>>>>> would have expected it to be!
>>>>
>>>> I didn't notice the 'bold' issue. But let's see what happens without
>>>> the question mark at the right border.
>>>>
>>>> *Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail*
>>>>
>>>> Hartmut
>>>>
>>> Ah!! The '?' mark!! I missed that. ;-(
>>
>> The "bolding" with the question mark inside the asterisks only seems to
>> fail in SeaMonkey (and Thunderbird). Works fine in Pan.
>>
> 
> and ;-( is not supported, :-( is \:\-\(
> 

The semicolon version should have a tear in one eye (crying and sad).


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Jakob
11/6/2019 6:34:38 PM
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On 05/11/2019 23:06, Hartmut Figge wrote:
> 😉 Good Guy 😉:
>
>> *Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail?*
> Yes with Original HTML. No with Simple HTML. But since I'm using a news
> group for access I'm always using Plain Text.
>

No need for that.  I have created this html page just for you:

<https://html-css.uk/sample.html>

Of course, the colors have changed but the principle is the same. The 
page is pretty clean with good sized fonts and is readable.






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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 05/11/2019 23:06, Hartmut Figge
      wrote:<br>
    </div>
    <blockquote
      cite="mid:1ba21ca0-3b64-b153-b993-c7f04af09122@hfigge.myfqdn.de"
      type="cite">
      <pre wrap="">😉 Good Guy 😉:

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        <pre wrap="">*Can you see the three coloumns in HTML eMail?*
</pre>
      </blockquote>
      <pre wrap="">
Yes with Original HTML. No with Simple HTML. But since I'm using a news
group for access I'm always using Plain Text.

</pre>
    </blockquote>
    <br>
    No need for that.  I have created this html page just for you:<br>
    <br>
    <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="https://html-css.uk/sample.html">&lt;https://html-css.uk/sample.html&gt;</a><br>
    <br>
    Of course, the colors have changed but the principle is the same. 
    The page is pretty clean with good sized fonts and is readable.<br>
    <br>
    <br>
    <br>
    <br>
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      cite="mid:1ba21ca0-3b64-b153-b993-c7f04af09122@hfigge.myfqdn.de"
      type="cite">
      <pre wrap="">
</pre>
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          million devices now running Windows 10, customer satisfaction
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11/7/2019 4:18:11 AM
Es schrieb einmal Hartmut Figge:
> Richard Alan:
> 
>>The "bolding" with the question mark inside the asterisks only seems to 
>>fail in SeaMonkey (and Thunderbird). Works fine in Pan.
> 
> It would be interesting to know why Mozilla decided to put limits for
> the borders.

<https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=950605#c6>

>  No limits for Pan? Umlauts?

<https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=106028>
-> RESOLVED FIXED

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Alfred
11/9/2019 10:31:59 AM
Alfred Peters:
>Es schrieb einmal Hartmut Figge:

>> It would be interesting to know why Mozilla decided to put limits for
>> the borders.
>
><https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=950605#c6>

Thanks, Alfred. Very enlightening reading.

>>  No limits for Pan? Umlauts?

><https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=106028>
>-> RESOLVED FIXED

This proposal could be dangerous...
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=950605#c13

....on the other hand, I would like it. :)

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11/9/2019 11:04:33 AM
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