Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-04 Thread MFPA
Hi On Tuesday 3 July 2007 at 8:58:44 PM, in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED], Akebono Translation Service wrote: That gives: The message's content type was not explicitly allowed Maybe you could host the message somewhere (as a .msg or .eml file?) and post us a link? Or cut/paste the text from such a

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-03 Thread Chris W .
Akebono Translation Service @ 2007-7-02 8:40:52 PM HTML links don't work mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] So, using your example from above, you'd need to do something like this: a href=http://www.example.com/file.html;FILE.HTML/a Actually I tried that, but to no avail. I'm at a loss. Send us

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-03 Thread Akebono Translation Service
Dear Chris, I'm at a loss. Send us a message with a link. http://www.akebono.nl/software.html Best regards, Loek van Kooten -- Akebono Translation Service Rijnstraat 32 2311 NK Leiden The Netherlands Tel: +31-71-5128026 Fax: +31-84-7390618 www.akebono.nl Algemene voorwaarden:

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-03 Thread Akebono Translation Service
Dear all, http://www.akebono.nl/software.html Note that this works in The Bat. It should not work in Outlook. The funny thing is: when I hover my mouse above the link in the e-mail I *sent* to this list, I get .htm (even from The Bat). When I hover my mouse above the link in the e-mail

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-03 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Loek, On Tue, 3 Jul 2007 09:23:51 +0200 GMT (03/07/2007, 14:23 +0700 GMT), Akebono Translation Service wrote: ATS The funny thing is: when I hover my mouse above the link in the e-mail I *sent* to this ATS list, I get .htm (even from The Bat). When I hover my mouse above the link in the

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-03 Thread Akebono Translation Service
Dear Thomas, Try sending the mail with the link in HTML. HTML mails are usually frowned upon on this list, but in this case, I think it will help pinning down the problem. That gives: The message's content type was not explicitly allowed Best regards, Loek van Kooten -- Akebono

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-02 Thread Chris W .
Akebono Translation Service @ 2007-7-01 6:30:00 AM HTML links don't work mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] a href=FILE.HTMFILE.HTML/a Use the extension htm instead of html. Three-letter extensions work more places than four-letter ones (-; The problem is that I can't influence the extensions people use

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-02 Thread Akebono Translation Service
Dear Chris, If you are linking to web sites, you'll need to include the full address, complete with http:// So, using your example from above, you'd need to do something like this: a href=http://www.example.com/file.html;FILE.HTML/a Actually I tried that, but to no avail. Best regards,

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-01 Thread MFPA
Hi On Saturday 30 June 2007 at 9:16:43 PM, in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED], Akebono Translation Service wrote: When I link an HTML file, it renders as a href=FILE.HTMFILE.HTML/a in the eventual e-mail received by people working with Outlook. When they click the link, they of course get a 404, as

Re: HTML links don't work

2007-07-01 Thread Akebono Translation Service
Dear MFPA, Use the extension htm instead of html. Three-letter extensions work more places than four-letter ones (-; The problem is that I can't influence the extensions people use on their websites if I want to link them... Best regards, Loek van Kooten -- Akebono Translation Service

HTML links don't work

2007-06-30 Thread Akebono Translation Service
Dear all, When I link an HTML file, it renders as a href=FILE.HTMFILE.HTML/a in the eventual e-mail received by people working with Outlook. When they click the link, they of course get a 404, as the last L of the extension is missing in the actual link. Any ideas? Best regards, Loek van

Re: HTML Links containing Amp; are not handled correctly ?

2006-04-16 Thread Kevin Ryan
Thomas Fernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello vitalie, On Mon, 10 Apr 2006 14:12:47 +0300 GMT (10/04/2006, 18:12 +0700 GMT), vitalie vrabie wrote: vv steps to repro, exact ver? It was a bug, which was discussed on the German NG. It's already fixed in the version you and I use. I

Re: HTML Links containing Amp; are not handled correctly ?

2006-04-12 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello vitalie, On Mon, 10 Apr 2006 14:12:47 +0300 GMT (10/04/2006, 18:12 +0700 GMT), vitalie vrabie wrote: vv steps to repro, exact ver? It was a bug, which was discussed on the German NG. It's already fixed in the version you and I use. I don't know whether it's only fixed in the beta or

Re: HTML Links containing Amp; are not handled correctly ?

2006-04-10 Thread vitalie vrabie
hi, Sunday, April 9, 2006, 7:58:05 PM, you wrote: JS In HTML, any must be replaced with amp;, which includes JS characters in URIs. %26 is something else entirely - is used as a JS parameter separator to CGI applications, while %26 is a literal JS as part of a parameter text, and they aren't

Re: HTML Links containing Amp; are not handled correctly ?

2006-04-09 Thread Jernej Simončič
On Sunday, April 9, 2006, 2:35:45, Peter Ouwehand wrote: FWIW: an actual link (URI, the href part) should not contain amp; code (which is HTML encoding of the character) but %26. The presentation should use the amp; code however. In HTML, any must be replaced with amp;, which includes

Re: HTML Links containing Amp; are not handled correctly ?

2006-04-09 Thread Alexander S. Kunz
Hello Peter Ouwehand everyone else, on 09-Apr-2006 at 15:44 you (Peter Ouwehand) wrote: JS In HTML, any must be replaced with amp;, which includes JS characters in URIs. %26 is something else entirely - is used as a JS parameter separator to CGI applications, while %26 is a literal JS as

HTML Links containing Amp; are not handled correctly ?

2006-04-08 Thread Kevin Ryan
Since version 3.7x of TheBat is not handeling links containing Amp;, they appear broken. Versions up to 3.62 did handel them correctly (And still do when I downgrade the version I am using) This mainly shows up on eBay Mail notifications I recieve. Has anyone else seen this problem, Or more to

Re[2]: HTML Links

2004-05-22 Thread John Cunnane
Hi Robin, raoca This didn't occur, but because you didn't send your message as HTML. I raoca have experienced it often, that a message written in HTML and containing raoca the character (coded as amp; in the HTML) loses this in the reply. In raoca general TB! is not good at quoting text that was

HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread John Cunnane
Hi All, Another couple of problems which you may have discussed on the list before but I would be grateful for any advice. 1. If I click on an html link in the message preview window, it simply goes to the top of the message. If I click on the link a second time, then it opens my browser (IE6)

Re: HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo John, On Fri, 21 May 2004 10:44:04 +0100GMT (21-5-04, 11:44 +0200, where I live), you wrote: JC 1. If I click on an html link in the message preview window, it simply JC goes to the top of the message. If I click on the link a second time, JC 2. If I reply to a message which contains a

Re[2]: HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread John Cunnane
Hi All, JC 1. If I click on an html link in the message preview window, it simply JC goes to the top of the message. If I click on the link a second time, JC 2. If I reply to a message which contains a html link and quote the JC original text, then all instances of the '' character (without the

Re: HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread Eric
Hello John, Friday, May 21, 2004, 10:01:53 PM, you wrote: JC 1. If I click on an html link in the message JC preview window, it simply goes to the top of JC the message. I JC Does anyone else see these problems in JC v2.10.03? I see problem 1 here. Regards, Eric mailto:[EMAIL

Re: HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread Bogdan Chiriac
Hello Eric, on Saturday, May 22, 2004 at 12:18:31 AM, you wrote: Hello John, Friday, May 21, 2004, 10:01:53 PM, you wrote: JC 1. If I click on an html link in the message JC preview window, it simply goes to the top of JC the message. I JC Does anyone else see these problems in JC v2.10.03?

Re[2]: HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread John Cunnane
Hi All, I believe that we can agree with my first point that clicking on a HTML link in the preview pane takes you to the top of the message on the first click and then opens the browser on the second. I assume that this is a bug and not a feature? As for the '' characters in a HTML link when

Re[3]: HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread jwayne
On Friday, May 21, 2004, 6:19:41 PM, John Cunnane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: JC Hi All, JC I believe that we can agree with my first point that clicking on a JC HTML link in the preview pane takes you to the top of the message on JC the first click and then opens the browser on the second. I

Re: HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread robin . anson
On Sat 22 May 2004, 8:19:41 +1000, John Cunnane wrote: I believe that we can agree with my first point that clicking on a HTML link in the preview pane takes you to the top of the message on the first click and then opens the browser on the second. I assume that this is a bug and not a

Re: HTML Links

2004-05-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello robin, On Sat, 22 May 2004 11:18:55 +1000 GMT (22/05/2004, 08:18 +0700 GMT), [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: raoca This didn't occur, but because you didn't send your message as HTML. I raoca have experienced it often, that a message written in HTML and containing raoca the character (coded as

Designating browser for html links

2001-12-21 Thread John P. Case, M.D.
Hello, I upgraded to Netscape 6.2 from 4.78 (6.2 works pretty well, unlike 6.1) because Panda Antivirus doesn't work with the older Netscapes. Now, however, The Bat keeps trying to bring up Netscape 4.78 when I double-click a URL within a Bat email. Doesn't matter that I have now uninstalled