I tried to post the below message to the Basic list and it bounced
with the explanation "Illegal message content."
Can someone explain to me how to avoid having this happen?
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Date: Sat, 06 Mar 2004 16:43:04 -0000
Subject: [NTB] Current version? I'm still using 4.86c (!)
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Thanks to all of you for helping me get my rusty old copy of NTP up
and running again. I now have the "Save Document" button working
just the way I like it, the colors are working again, and my
Quicklist is where it belongs.
Back before my entired life fell off the edge of the world a couple
of years ago I was using NTP 4.86c, and that's the version I've dug
out and dusted off and am now using again.
I'm wondering what the current version is and how it has changed.
And if, after all this time, I would qualify for an update.
I don't want to start up a flame war between the programmers and the
prosodists, but I can't help wondering if any of the features that
some of us were asking for back then ever got added:
* Multi-level outlining?
* On-screen underlining?
P.S. Eric was kind enough to add a set of WordStar commands that I
sent to him and I'm grateful to him to this day. I still use those
venerable old keyboard shortcuts. I wonder if I'm the only one. I
sure hope he has retained them in the current version.