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    Re: Old question - need summary
    From: Philip Lange
    Date: 2010 Oct 26, 14:29 -0400

    For what it's worth, I have never had any problems with links. Sometimes
    they are click-able, others need to be copied and pasted.  Occasionally
    someone posts one that needs a bit of tweaking, but that is the
    exception.
    
    I have my mail client set to display in plain text only.
    
    HTML and Plain Text rendering of posts will display links differently.
    
    
    What is a problem (for my slow connection) is when someone attaches mega
    byte images.
    
    Philip
    
    On Tue, 2010-10-26 at 10:41 -0700, Paul Hirose wrote:
    > Gary LaPook wrote:
    > > My recollection is that I used to be able to click on links on the
    > > website and they worked but that stopped some time ago. I went back to
    > > try to determine when the problem began. As examples, the two old
    > > messages in the links below each contain links that show up properly
    > > when I view them in my browser, both with Firefox and with Internet
    > > Explorer on the FER3 website. This shows that the problem is not with my
    > > browsers or with my computer.
    > >
    
    --
    S/V ORYOKI
    Currently lying in Beaufort NC
    
    "There's no point in making a plan if
     you're going to pretend to follow it!"
    
    
    
    
    

       
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