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Feb 24, 2002, 6:09 PM

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Problems... guess who?

Hello Jasmine,

Let's go for another problem i get on the site... I'm damn sorry to have to post them and really want NOT to annoy you, i'm quite happy this web site exists, it really enlighten my perl experience...

Ok, here it is: when people use the [[perl]] tags, copy/paste doesnt look really well when i do it from Internet Exploder 6 (the one shipped with XP), there is no new lines, so the whole code is on a single line (that doesnt mean it wont work, but it's messy and replacing ";" with ";\r\n" doesnt help too much). I know i could run it thru perltidy, but could you please add a \n before the <BR> it will fix the whole thing.

Btw, this prob is only on IE, opera and netscape do the work nicely.

Did you also noticed the following (strange) behaviour of the square brackets (see my post source):

[ jasmine ] [ pro_4 ] [ mhx ] [ mxh ] [ freddo ] [ non_existent_user ]

Opening a square bracket, space, username, space and closing the brackets will make a link to the userinfo on the site, quite funny Crazy and it dont works with users like mxh (doesnt exists) are you sure this behaviour is wanted... ?

Again, i dont want you to see me like an annoying person (well, i guess now you do Angelic) it's not to bother you, just a few details, like those, well, you know...


(This post was edited by freddo on Feb 24, 2002, 6:09 PM)

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Post edited by freddo (User) on Feb 24, 2002, 6:09 PM

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