JeffM wrote: > google00@ kwcpa.com wrote: >> SM converts from HTML to Plain Text BADLY. ... >> ... >> ...I ... look at what SM sent out, >> and it's HORRIBLE! The paragraphs are all run-on to each other, >> lines are randomly broken etc. > > Patient: Doctor, It hurts when I do this. (Raises arm.) > Groucho (wearing white coat and stethoscope): Don't do that.
Sounds like an incompetent doctor (and an excessively snarky response). If you can't do things you _should_ be able to do, then your trying to do it is _not_ the problem (and the real solution isn't to just stop trying to do it). SeaMonkey _should_ do a reasonable job rendering HTML into text. If it doesn't, it's not the fault of a user who composes in HTML. Perhaps there's some lynx or links2 code that could be used in SeaMonkey to create the text rendition of HTML messages. Daniel -- (Plain text sometimes corrupted to HTML "courtesy" of Microsoft Exchange.) [F] _______________________________________________ support-seamonkey mailing list email@example.com https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey