1694Re: [torchwood] Does anybody here know what netiquette is?
- May 3, 2007From: Jackie Moleski <moleskij@...>
>However, I've noticed when trying to reply to posts from Yahoo, that IIt's the web formatting. You can set your Yahoo groups to come through in the older style, I think, which has less HTML -- check your settings for the group. Depending on your email client, you may be able to force mail to come through in plain text that way, too. I don't use the Thunderbird mail client, so I'm not sure about yours.
>can insert a comment once in the message, but if I try to then delete
>the non-relevant stuff, and THEN continue quoting and post again under
>the quote, I simplly can't. It's like I can't insert where the text is
>(almost like it's an image, but it's not, it's text). I also sometimes
>end-up with my e-mail in columns for no reason.
>I'm also used-to the "older" list-serv generated lists, which put in theThat's not the list itself, it's just the client you're using to read/reply. It's unfortunate that Yahoo and Gmail don't offer options as to how you want to reply -- both seem to default to putting the entire new message below.
>little arrows for quoted dialogue, where you could comment wherever you
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