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Textblocks in Web UI

Textblocks in Web UI

Textblocks in Web UI

Work well in the UI, but when selected in the Web UI they are blank when received at the far end.
I have checked the Web UI docs and Textblocks don't get a mention, so I am guessing they are not supported?

RE: Textblocks in Web UI

Depends which version of IPOCC you're using.

There's also an issue where if you copy the text from example Word you'll get some html code added which causes this issue.

Easiest way to test this is to copy the same text from Notepad and create a new Text block using that, or recreate them manually in the Text Block editor.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: Textblocks in Web UI

Thanks for getting back to me Janni.
IPOCC version is
I will try creating a new one in Textblock editor.

RE: Textblocks in Web UI

That worked, thanks again Janni.

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