On 20-Feb-2014 12:21 -0800, Gary Thompson wrote:
CRPence Thursday, February 20, 2014 1:10 PM wrote:
Hmm, likely I am missing something, but I don't see a greater-than
On 20-Feb-2014 11:43 -0800, Charles Wilt wrote:
<<SNIP>> it won't.
From a stand point of never having<<SNIP>>
I have seen an effect that seems very pervasive, whereby any line
starting with the word "from" seems to be prefixed by the
greater-than sign. <<SNIP>> See that effect in the archive of the
above quoted message:
The fifth sentence (From a stand point of...) is indented some five
or more spaces.
I used IE 9.0.8122.16421.
The rendering of quotations in the archives as provided by
archive.midrange.com is no longer as conspicuous [and not as ugly IMO]
as what used to appear. The quoted text of a replied-to message is
simply indented. So what is described as having been seen, whereby the
midrange archives have dropped the greater-than sign and rendered the
same /quoting/ effect instead as that indentation... suggests that the
noted\fifth sentence is to be inferred by the reader, to be quoted text
from another message rather than text that Charles wrote in his reply
To see the effects more conspicuously, with the greater-than sign
still included, see either of these alternate means to access a copy of
the archived messages: