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    Re: Text wrapping issues
    From: Hewitt Schlereth
    Date: 2013 Apr 8, 09:33 -0700

    Honest, guys, I haven't anything new on my iPad. Haven't even upgraded to OS6 
    because that would erase the great Maps app that came with it.
    
    Occasionally, the two foot scrolling would happen on my G4 iBook, but it 
    always seemed random to me and soon went away.
    
    Hewitt
    
    Sent from my iPad
    
    On Apr 8, 2013, at 8:05 AM, "Brad Morris"  wrote:
    
    > Oddly,  Bill's original post wraps beautifully, but when echo'd by your
    > post Rich, it comes out in those long lines.
    > On Apr 8, 2013 10:37 AM, "Richard B. Langley"  wrote:
    > 
    >> ------------------------------
    >> 
    >> Yes, but seems to depend on the platform/application being used to real the 
    mail item. O.K. for example on my MacPro using Mac Mail but not on my iPod 
    using Mail where the text is very tiny and does not wrap.
    >> -- Richard Langley
    >> 
    >> On 2013-04-08, at 3:41 AM, Bill B wrote:
    >> 
    >>> For the past week or two I've been experiencing text wrapping problems 
    limited to NavList. Thought it may have been a background "upgrade" to 
    Mozilla's Thunderbird I failed to notice--or some preference I inadvertently 
    changed--but it seems to be consistent across all platforms including Windows 
    7 on an HP machine, mac OS 10.6.X on an Intel iMac and an older version with 
    Mac 10.4.11 on a vintage Power Mac G4.
    >>> 
    >>> This glitch is a constant challenge with Hewitt's posts--ironically sent from an Apple iPad.
    >>> 
    >>> Perhaps coincidentally viewing attachments now requires the display remote content radio button.
    >>> 
    >>> First, has any else experienced this text-wrap issue?
    >>> 
    >>> If so, has there been a change to NavList distribution that might be a 
    contributing factor, or do I need to look closer to home?
    >>> 
    >>> Thanks
    >>> 
    >>> Bill B
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