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No auto return when posting

No auto return when posting

No auto return when posting

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I created a discussion page using FP 2003. When posing a question, all texts of a paragraph are on one line. For example, if I post “Remote Web Workspace and Remote Desktop Web Connection require ActiveX. ActiveX works only with Windows. You can download the Remote Desktop Connection client from http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=remotedesktopclient” All these are on one line because it doesn’t auto return. How can I fix it?

Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com

RE: No auto return when posting

Well, if you wanted to edit the HTML itself, you could add in <br> lines into the paragraph where the breaks should be.  Not sure what is causing the auto-wrap not to function correctly..

RE: No auto return when posting

msworld,

What is the address to your discussion? Can you share any code that might help solve the problem?

Dbigger

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