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Lining up entries
2/25/04, 2:00am
Rob, Is there a way to program in the log entry function to make it the same number of characters as the finished product? I have ran into this on at least two occaisions. The poem I just entered I needed to add those insightly dots in order to get it to line up correctly. Just wondering. I can live with it it is just aggravational.

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Re: Lining up entries
2/25/04, 3:39am
Now my Blog is not lined up. Jeez.

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Re: Lining up entries
2/25/04, 4:17pm
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>Rob, Is there a way to program in the log entry function to
>make it the same number of characters as the finished product?

Hi Booga:

This is the text entry bug that I have talked about before... I have yet to put up the baseballgeeks.com system (which -- ALMOST -- is perfect, and which will correct this problem here).

I'll try to put this up by the end of the week.

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