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Re: Some Bones to Pick with Tor Admins
The recommend for NOT word wrapping (and allowing the end client handle it) came
from one of the only groups that matter: a linux group.
One's email client should handle formatting for display, or have the capability,
or it is broken or poorly designed or written in dinosaur days.
On Thursday 12 February 2009 06:36:09 Hannah Schroeter wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 08:16:08PM -0500, Praedor Atrebates wrote:
> >Bit of a problem there (with long text lines). If I want to be able to
> > send http links to friends/ colleagues/family, I have to turn off the new
> > line feature in my email client and allow end-user email clients deal
> > with formatting (all too often, if you have auto-formatting/new lines
> > setup, you will totally bork http links).
> Huh? If you wrap lines only at whitespace, http links are not wrapped,
> even with automatic line wrapping. And if you hit return before the
> line gets 72 characters long (and not only at about 100 characters!),
> it's no problem either.
> Kind regards,
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