On Thursday 15 September 2016 00:50:25 Brian wrote:
> On Thu 15 Sep 2016 at 00:33:09 +0100, Lisi Reisz wrote:
> > On Wednesday 14 September 2016 23:09:12 Brian wrote:
> > > > Ah. That's good. Your E-mail reader seems to respect my
> > > > indentations. Others don't, alas. Do you perchance use mutt?
> > Indentations count as formatting. Plain text is supposed not to preserve
> > formatting.
> I think you can be excused from thinking I wrote that but I didn't.
> Nothing for anyone to get bothered about as far as I am concerned.
I'm sorry. That was carelessness. It is a "fault" in my email client that it
tends to get the attributions of emails wrong when it is asked in advance to
trim for a reply. I do know that I should check, and not doing so is plain
For the record, it was *Alan* whose indentations my (and many other) email
clients *correctly* did not preserve. It has been instructed to use plain
text. (Another instruction it doesn't always obey, but therein hangs another
Are you deliberately remaining uncontactable off list? You must be sending
from one email address and receiving to another, since the email address
<a...@cityscape.co.uk> still doesn't work, and you are getting list emails.
If you are prepared to be contacted off-line, but don't want to publish the
address here, may I have it? You have my email address!!