Posted by YTSupport on July 28, 2012 at 07:57:06 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Just wondering? posted by YTSupport on July 28, 2012 at 06:27:16:
I decided to go ahead and look through your last few posts. I see the places you are talking about. It's not a consistent problem. Looks like a r entered where an e would be, and a t included when a r was hit. These wouldn't be something the posting program would do though given they are keys adjacent on a qwerty keyboard, they could be a keyboard problem (though I've never heard of that happening).
I found the place where a space was missing, it's not one of the places where I'd expect it. Some browsers, used to generate the wrong line ending when return is hit to go to the next line (as opposed to just letting your browser take you to the next line when the line fills up). The program would interpret that incorrectly and instead of a return, it would have no character. I've only seen that with one version of Mac Safari and current versions don't do it any longer.
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