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posts now look all right the first time. good job Mark. Still no paste and no advanced but as you said, it will still take some doing. Thank you.

 

 

Both these are working for me in Chrome and Safari.

 

Anybody else have this problem?

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Let me check again,

 

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Advance options working!

 

Pasting is not working in explorer. All options: cut and different paste grayed out. Does this report help you Mark? Thanks.

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