Allie, on Tue, 25 May 2004, at 21:40:28 [GMT -0500] (which was 4.40 here in
Italy) you wrote to Rich Gregory:
AM I'll give you a long URL:
AM I really don't expect TB! to wrap
Jacopo Ognibene, [JO] wrote:
JO More than this, i've noticed that you can add many text after the URL
JO and TB doesn't wrap. See at the end of the line here:
Yes. What you see in the editor before sending is what is sent,
without any additional wrapping. Technically, this isn't true for long
TF No, TB doesn't do that. I know that other email clients break URLs
TF when displaying and cause problems, but not TB. That's one of the
TF beauties of TB.
If the original mail was sent in HTML format and you reply in a plain
text format such as MicroEd, then The Bat! seems to have a big
On Thu, 27 May 2004 12:39:59 +0100 GMT (27/05/2004, 18:39 +0700 GMT),
John Cunnane wrote:
JC If the original mail was sent in HTML format and you reply in a plain
JC text format such as MicroEd, then The Bat! seems to have a big problem
JC with certain characters in a URL, e.g. the
On Tue, 25 May 2004 20:17:36 -0400 GMT (26/05/2004, 07:17 +0700 GMT),
rich gregory wrote:
rg TB! will wrap long links and not know that it has truncated a URL.
No, TB doesn't do that. I know that other email clients break URLs
when displaying and cause problems, but not TB. That's
Rich Gregory, [RG] wrote:
RG TB! will wrap long links and not know that it has truncated a URL.
Is this while viewing a received message?
If so, then this isn't TB!'s fault but the sending client's fault.
Most clients will wrap upon sending and many do not care if a long URL
is one of the
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