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Robert Jones  
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5/29/05, 9:44pm (Last Edited: 5/29/05, 9:45pm)
Hey Rob, I just tried to edit my post about the fifty caliber rifle. I kept getting a weird page with the colors but no dialog box...if there was a dialog box it was empty and normal width but the depth is about a milimeter.

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5/30/05, 12:45pm
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We had a weird one like this before... I am almost certain that it has to do with the ? marks in the subject line, believe it or not.

Weird, huh?

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6/2/05, 11:39am
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This bug is now fixed... messages can be manually edited in the 50 caliber message area. Turns out the fix was relatively easy because I have had to do it with other punctuation in the past.

I imagine this might come up again with a new punctuation mark, eventually.

I am not sure why this happens, really... haven't put a lot of thought into it... but by converting the actual punctuation with the hex-ascii html equivalent, it just works.

And, that is good.

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6/3/05, 6:35am
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>This bug is now fixed... messages can be manually edited in
>the 50 caliber message area. Turns out the fix was relatively
>easy because I have had to do it with other punctuation in the
>past.
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>I imagine this might come up again with a new punctuation
>mark, eventually.
>
>I am not sure why this happens, really... haven't put a lot of
>thought into it... but by converting the actual punctuation
>with the hex-ascii html equivalent, it just works.
>
>And, that is good.

Interesting that you mention that as I had a similar problem come up for me just yesterday. I have an FTP site that I need to get on for business and I need to download what is in a certain DIR..however, one of the file names has spaces in it and my FTP thingy doesn't like that. So I asked around and the answer is to use the hex equiv of a space.

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6/3/05, 6:38am
>to get on for business and I need to download what is in a
>certain DIR..however, one of the file names has spaces in it
>and my FTP thingy doesn't like that. So I asked around and the
>answer is to use the hex equiv of a space.

What FTP program do you use? The files for my website are loaded with spaces and punctuation (commas, single quotes, etc.), and I've never encountered a problem so far. I use LeechFTP and CoreFTP.

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6/4/05, 5:41am
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>>to get on for business and I need to download what is in a
>>certain DIR..however, one of the file names has spaces in it
>>and my FTP thingy doesn't like that. So I asked around and
>the
>>answer is to use the hex equiv of a space.
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>What FTP program do you use? The files for my website are
>loaded with spaces and punctuation (commas, single quotes,
>etc.), and I've never encountered a problem so far. I use
>LeechFTP and CoreFTP.

Oh most FTP PROGRAMS have this solved..but I am trying to write it in VB to be a part of much larger program. (That gets feedback on the claims that we send.)

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6/4/05, 5:28pm
>Oh most FTP PROGRAMS have this solved..but I am trying to
>write it in VB

Ah! You're working with a home brewed program. I see now...

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