- Hi, Krys; unfortunately, when I created the message, and copied the link to the text box (using the Windows keyboard shortcuts ctrl-c, ctrl-v; often written asMessage 1 of 5 , Jun 1, 2004View SourceHi, Krys; unfortunately, when I created the message, and copied the
link to the text box (using the Windows keyboard shortcuts ctrl-c,
ctrl-v; often written as ^c and ^v), the link was too long to fit
within the text box, and part of it was wrapped to the next line. The
automagic wrapping results in the insertion of [carriage-return][line-
feed] (often written as <cr><lf>) characters in the text.
There are 2 ways to copy the whole link:
1a) Highlite the first line of the link, copy it, and paste it in
the "Address" field of your browser. Don't click "Go".
1b) Highlite the 2nd line of the link, copy it, and append it to the
text in the "Address" field. When the link is complete, click "Go".
2) (Long and boring, but less techie) Manually type both lines of the
link text in the "Address" field of your browser, and click "Go".
If you still have trouble, advise, and I'll send you private message
with the entire link.
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "Krys Dobrzanski"
> Hi Andrzej could you please give me a little more help on whichhighlighted link to click, as the http address below just
opens "Polish minority in" and has many sub sections.
- Andy - Please give us the written title, and we can click on the appropriate link from the page you sent us. Thanks a lot - Eve JankowiczMessage 2 of 5 , Jun 1, 2004View SourceAndy -Please give us the written title, and we can click on the appropriate link from the page you sent us.Thanks a lot -Eve Jankowicz
- Hi again, Ewa; the article is called Polish Minority in Soviet Union , and this is the URI (Web address):Message 3 of 5 , Jun 1, 2004View SourceHi again, Ewa; the article is called "Polish Minority in Soviet
Union", and this is the URI (Web address):
I unchecked "Wrap message text", so hopefully the whole link and
nothing but the link will be visible.
The article that I found appears to be a copy of:
It seems that there's now a book about the 1940 deportations that was
produced by a joint Polish-Russian committee consisting of
representatives of the Polish "Institute of National Remembrance",
and the Russian "Federal Security Service." Here's an article about
the presentation of the book:
Maybe one of our Polish associates can procure a copy of the book
from "Instytut Pamieci Narodowej".
> Please give us the written title, and we can click on theappropriate link
> from the page you sent us.
> Thanks a lot -
> Eve Jankowicz