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Discussion in 'Support' started by Boringman54, Jun 7, 2008.

  1. Boringman54

    Boringman54 Rookie

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    I absolutely hate GR's review....text thingy. Just recently, I make my review, submit it, accidentally screw it up, try to edit it and all these stupid r/n/ things pop up, screwing up my review. It try to re-edit it and they are still there. What the hell is wrong with it!?
     
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  2. dUKE

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    aha! bug submission. thanks.


    thats due to the recent work on hacker-proofing the site. i'll get that fixed.
     
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  3. DocMoc

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    I just write my reviews in a text file first so I can edit it when ever I please.
     
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  4. MikeyVassallo

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    Here is a neat tip- write all of your reviews in Word with formatting etc and then convert to HTML and paste the HTML in to the submission field.
     
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  5. Boringman54

    Boringman54 Rookie

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    I do that already. It's just because I tried editing it. It would have been fine if I didn't edit it.
     
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  6. Grey

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    Do it the hardcore way and use notepad. ;)
     
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  7. madster111

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    WOO!
    notepad users represent!

    seriously, notepad is awesome when using HTML.
     
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  8. used44

    used44 Forum Moderator
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    So I have to learn how to use HTML to submit a review?
     
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  9. MikeyVassallo

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    This is why I didn't suggest notepad :p

    Used- if you use Word or Open Office you can convert all your formatting to HTML.

    Personally, I love it.
     
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