Has anyone else posted messages to this forum but not have them show up at all? It has happened to me more than once, and I'm not even counting the attempts with a long message.
The last postings to thread "questions about new forum" are about the problem posting long messages
Yes, but I've had 4-line postings not appear either.
I'd appreciate details (including the text of what you tried to post) of any problems. I've posted with links here and it has worked fine.
Send me mail - email@example.com
Can I take this opportunity to ask why posted messages consisting of seperated lines of text (such as sample coding answers to queries) are telescoped together into paragraphs, rendering them uninterpretable and hence unlikely to be of the intended use?
I have recieved an e-mailed copy of an intended posting that I made which appeared exactly as I entered it. However, when it turned up on the message board, it was telescoped as decribed. This shortcoming must surely be rectified by Compaq, or else clear guidance given on how to post text to prevent this happening.
Tony, The good thing about the CVF forum is that it supports HTML tags in messages. The bad thing about the CVF forum is that it supports HTML tags in messages badly, i.e. it parses the posted message text so that it screws line breaks.
So far, I have found the following tricks working fine:
Italic text using Italic
Underline text using Underline
text using [p]Separate paragraph[/p]
should be posted using
In all above examples, replace  with <> to have it work.
John has serious problems trying to include links in the messages :-(. Fortunately, I did not try it so far.
I'll pass on the complaint about the inappropriate removal of "newlines". I found that you can use the
tags to bracket text to leave as-is, or add tags after each line. A nuisance, I know.
Any fix coming for the removal of "newlines" problem? How 'bout any "news" :-) on NNTP access?
My browser (IE5 on Win98) shows all the menu entries for this thread shoved off to the far right-hand side of the screen in a narrow column. The entries for the next two threads appear as below, and I can't select them.
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This looks very strange.