Re: Formatting

2020-05-02 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jack,

On Sat, 2 May 2020 15:14:31 -0500 GMT (03-May-20, 3:14 +0700 GMT),
Jack S. LaRosa wrote:

DE Try Ctrl + shift + V

>>> I've run into the same problem as Tom and that does seem to work. May I ask
>>> where in TB you found that?

TF>> When you want to paste, right-click on where you want to paste to. In
TF>> the context menu, you have Paste (which uses the original font and
TF>> formating, same as ctril-V) and you have Paste as Plaintext
TF>> (shift-crtl-V).

> Doh! Yes, of course. I just never noticed the keyboard equivalent in the 
> context
> menu before. Tunnel vision.

> Anyway, thanks for the reply and the original tip.

You're most welcome, and I'm glad I could be of help.

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Re: Formatting

2020-05-02 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Thomas,

On Friday, May 1, 2020 you wrote:

TF> Hello Jack,

TF> On Fri, 1 May 2020 11:16:56 -0500 GMT (01-May-20, 23:16 +0700 GMT),
TF> Jack S. LaRosa wrote:

DE>>> Try Ctrl + shift + V

>> I've run into the same problem as Tom and that does seem to work. May I ask
>> where in TB you found that?

TF> When you want to paste, right-click on where you want to paste to. In
TF> the context menu, you have Paste (which uses the original font and
TF> formating, same as ctril-V) and you have Paste as Plaintext
TF> (shift-crtl-V).

Doh! Yes, of course. I just never noticed the keyboard equivalent in the context
menu before. Tunnel vision.

Anyway, thanks for the reply and the original tip.

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Re: Formatting

2020-05-01 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jack,

On Fri, 1 May 2020 11:16:56 -0500 GMT (01-May-20, 23:16 +0700 GMT),
Jack S. LaRosa wrote:

DE>> Try Ctrl + shift + V

> I've run into the same problem as Tom and that does seem to work. May I ask
> where in TB you found that?

When you want to paste, right-click on where you want to paste to. In
the context menu, you have Paste (which uses the original font and
formating, same as ctril-V) and you have Paste as Plaintext
(shift-crtl-V).

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Re: Formatting

2020-05-01 Thread Tom
Saturday, May 2, 2020, 12:10:16 AM, you wrote:

> Salutation Tom,

> Try Ctrl + shift + V 

Hi David,

thank you very much for this tip - 
just what I was looking for - works like a charm.


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Re: Formatting

2020-05-01 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello David,

On Friday, May 1, 2020 you wrote:

DE> Salutation Tom,

DE> Try Ctrl + shift + V

I've run into the same problem as Tom and that does seem to work. May I ask
where in TB you found that?

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Re: formatting

2011-12-16 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Avi,

On Friday, December 16, 2011 you wrote:

A Hi, all,

A Is it possible to have left and right margins with hanging indents,
A etc. when sending an e-mail that is not plain text?   One can
A format an e-mail in Outlook, just as if they were writing in Word.
A However, I can't figure out how to do that when sending an HTML post
A via The Bat.  Indeed, when I copied text from a Word Document into an
A e-mail, I lost inset margins.

Keeping in mind that I have no idea of what I speak, is it
possible that any formatting codes imbedded in a Word
document might not be understood by TB!? Or have I just
totally misunderstood what you're asking?

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Re: Formatting time with timezone

2006-05-26 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Chris,

On Thu, 25 May 2006 22:45:06 -0400GMT (26-5-2006, 4:45 +0200, where I
live), you wrote:

C I was just looking at the help page on time formatting, and I noticed
C that there is no formatting character for the timezone. Am I missing
C it, or is it just not there.

AFAIK There isn't any option to format the timezone.
What is it that you're trying to achieve?

You can show your own timezone with the %XMP_TimeBias macro from the
Extended Macro Plugin that can be downloaded as xmp.rar from
www.gaijin.at or from the Ritlabs site 
http://www.ritlabs.com/en/products/thebat/download_plugins.php

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Re: Formatting incomming messages

2005-01-28 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Sergio,

On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 09:36:48 -0300 (ART)GMT (28-1-2005, 13:36 +0100,
where I live), you wrote:

SN I want to make a filter that takes the incomming
SN message and find a string and delete it. Is for a

You can't do that with TB as it doesn't alter incoming messages.

The only way around that is to export the message with a template that
keeps the original headers and text, with the exception of your
repetitive text. As the next action in that filter you need to delete
the message (not the exported file, but the one in your message base)
and finally you need to import your exported text.
As importing is no filter action, you need to start TB as an external
program in your filter with the /import parameter (look into the help
file for more info)

I don't know the real nature of your problem, is the repetitive text
annoying to you or is it the fact that you have to delete it when you
quote it? The latter can be remedied with some regexp in your quote
template.

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Re: Formatting cookies

2002-04-05 Thread Lars Geiger

Hi David,
On Friday, April 5, 2002 at 08:51:22 [GMT -0500], you wrote:

DD I am a little slow here, sorry. This means that if you use \n
DD inserted manually at the appropriate column and line of the cookie
DD file to create a separate attribution line, that you cannot use the
DD %WRAPPED macro? Which means that the main part of the cookie must be
DD manually formatted after it is inserted. Is that what you are
DD saying?

You *can* always use the %WRAPPED macro. But any newline inserted
manually into your cookie lines will be removed by this macro. Cookies
are always single lines, you can either format them manually (that's
what I did) or let TB rewrap it, losing any manual formatting.

Let's see if a small example can clarify this. I put one of my cookie
lines below, exactly the way it appears in the cookie file (with the
\n's literally!)

one line
Backups are for wimps. Real men upload their data to an FTP site and\nhave everyone 
else mirror it.\n- Linus Torvalds
/one line

When this cookie is inserted into a message, it results in this text:

Backups are for wimps. Real men upload their data to an FTP site and
have everyone else mirror it.
- Linus Torvalds

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Re: Formatting cookies

2002-04-04 Thread Lars Geiger

Hi David,
On Friday, April 5, 2002 at 18:04:53 [GMT -0500], you wrote:

DD I am able to wrap text in a cookie (using %WRAPPED=%COOKIE='c:
DD etc.) but how do you wrap the main text and then have the
DD attribution on the following line and indented, as in the text,
DD below.

Unfortunately, this is not possible with the %WRAPPED macro. You'll have
to insert \n manually into your cookies. Then you can use something
like, ... grave.\n -- CONRAD  If you try to combine \n and
the %WRAPPED macro, the cookie is wrapped at the \n and afterwards is
rewrapped by the macro, thus destroying your manual line break.

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Re: Formatting frustations

2001-01-06 Thread Januk Aggarwal

Hello syv,

On  Sat, 6 Jan 2001  at  17:25:22 GMT -0800 (which was 5:25 PM
where I live) witnesses say syv typed:

 Hi TBUDL,


 I get very frustrated with the formatting.

 I cannot have two consecutive lines. I have to have a
 blank line.

 Is there a way to have a new line and not a paragraph?

Turn off auto-format while editing the paragraphs surrounding the
new-line.  Use CTRL-SHIFT-F to toggle.

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