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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 20.Oct.20 12:55
Re: Date format -=> On 10-19-20 09:11, poindexter FORTRAN wrote to Tony Langdon <=- -=> Tony Langdon wrote to Tracker1 <=- TL> I find the US format the most confusing, because there's no hierar...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 20.Oct.20 12:55
Re: Style codes in messages -=> On 10-19-20 20:07, Tracker1 wrote to Tony Langdon <=- Tr> Markdown is usually *italics* and **bold** so that may have something Tr> to do with those influences. Yep, just test...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 20.Oct.20 12:55
Re: Date format -=> On 10-19-20 20:09, Tracker1 wrote to Tony Langdon <=- Tr> It's also really useful if you have US and EU users without having to Tr> dynamically support changing or have to offer ...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 19.Oct.20 10:34
Re: Style codes in messages -=> On 10-18-20 16:24, Tracker1 wrote to Tony Langdon <=- Tr> On 10/16/2020 11:08 PM, Tony Langdon wrote: >> You'd need a scheme to to escape literal characters, like in a URL, ...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 19.Oct.20 10:34
Re: Style codes in messages -=> On 10-18-20 16:21, Tracker1 wrote to Tony Langdon <=- Tr> On 10/16/2020 10:41 PM, Tony Langdon wrote: > > But things like *bold* and _italics_ are common interpretations for...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 19.Oct.20 10:34
Re: Date format -=> On 10-18-20 16:23, Tracker1 wrote to Tony Langdon <=- Tr> I've tended to prefer YYYY-MM-DD (iso8601 short date form) as it may be Tr> unfamiliar at first glance if you aren't use...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 18.Oct.20 10:37
Re: Style codes in messages -=> On 10-17-20 01:45, Digital Man wrote to Tony Langdon <=- DM> Those are the styles supported by GoldEd at least. You can read about DM> its "stylecodes" here: DM> h...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 18.Oct.20 10:37
Re: COVID-19 Christmas -=> On 10-17-20 22:37, Kurisu wrote to The Millionaire <=- Ku> In a way it was kind of a great year for me, actually... haha... While challenging at times, it hasn't been a bad year fo...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 18.Oct.20 10:35
Re: bold italic underline - how? -=> On 10-18-20 08:14, Paul Quinn wrote to Rob Swindell <=- PQ> I had thought to do the same but I don't do Windows enough to whiz out PQ> a tester and plug-in to a FTN source. !6-b...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 18.Oct.20 10:35
Re: bold italic underline - how? -=> On 10-18-20 02:55, August Abolins wrote to Paul Quinn <=- AA> Sempoint is a fine performer on my XP machine. Pity is more aptly AA> directed to the lack of "16bit" supp...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 17.Oct.20 09:09
Re: Style codes in messages -=> On 10-16-20 07:17, poindexter FORTRAN wrote to Digital Man <=- -=> Digital Man wrote to All <=- DM> What do you guys think about potentially supporting "style codes&quo...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 17.Oct.20 09:09
Re: Style codes in messages -=> On 10-16-20 11:29, Digital Man wrote to poindexter FORTRAN <=- DM> Right. Those are included in the ones that GoldEd+ supports. Also DM> _underlined_ and #inverse#. Good poi...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 17.Oct.20 09:09
Re: US Election -=> On 10-16-20 06:56, The Millionaire wrote to Tony Langdon <=- TM> Being an anarchist is the best. Get everything for free that way. Depends on the people. If everyone can cooperate...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 17.Oct.20 09:09
Re: Style codes in messages -=> On 10-16-20 09:47, Digital Man wrote to Tony Langdon <=- DM> There wouldn't be any ANSI or control codes in the messages. The markup DM> syntax would use just *plain* US-ASCII ch...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 17.Oct.20 09:09
Re: Date format -=> On 10-16-20 21:33, Immortal wrote to Digital Man <=- Im> Yes the birthdate format. So it is hard coded as YYYY/MM/DD then? I Im> guess I can live with it but it seems akward. ...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 16.Oct.20 11:29
Re: Halloween -=> On 10-15-20 07:42, Gamgee wrote to Tony Langdon <=- Ga> Yep, OK, I hadn't taken that aspect into account. Where I am Ga> (southeastern USA), there aren't many restrictions, and ...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 16.Oct.20 11:29
Re: US Election -=> On 10-15-20 07:42, Gamgee wrote to Tony Langdon <=- TL> I'd rather avoid US politics these days. :) Ga> Trust me, so would I. :-) It's a bit easier for me to avoid, but we ...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 16.Oct.20 11:29
Re: Jealousy -=> On 10-15-20 08:24, Daryl Stout wrote to Tony Langdon <=- DS> Nowadays, for me, it's like the meme of the "Friday Night Races At DS> The Senior Citizens Center". It ha...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 16.Oct.20 11:29
Re: COVID-19 Synchronet S -=> On 10-15-20 08:34, Daryl Stout wrote to Tony Langdon <=- DS> Well, if you like things shoved up your butt... :P But, in regards to I'm not touching that one with a barge pole. ;P...
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From: Tony Langdon (3:633/410)
To: n/a
Date: 16.Oct.20 11:29
Re: Style codes in messages -=> On 10-15-20 17:14, Digital Man wrote to All <=- DM> What do you guys think about potentially supporting "style codes" in DM> message body text? Hmm, if there's an op...

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