- Jun 6, 2005
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- FT. LAUDERDALE, FL
- Resorts Owned
BLUEWATER BY SPINNAKER HHI
ROYAL HOLIDAY CLUB RHC (POINTS)
I edit quite a few of my posts the same way and haven't noticed this issue yet.@TUGBrian
Here is a minor issue:
1. You post. (Post 1)
2. You notice an error, edit your post and save. (Post 2)
3. You notice a second error and go to edit. You see Post 1 and not Post 2.
4. So, you can cancel. You see Post 2.
It's almost as if 'edit' fetches the post from a mirror that has not yet caught up!
I actually tried to reproduce the issue with this post. But couldn't do it!
15% is usury! TS is a depreciating asset like an automobile. Mush worse in that it instantly depreciates 100% to ~$0 resale value in the blink of an eye at the end of the rescission period!
Borrowing against a depreciating asset at any interest rate greater than the rate of inflation is a terrible idea! ~0% is the only acceptable rate, imo!
There should have been a page containing Loan information and additional disclosures showing how much this loan will cost over 10 years. You would have paid ~15,000 in interest!
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You are copy/pasting data that is formatted as a data table on the II site. I think what you are seeing initially is how your browser, in its composition window, interprets and displays the table. Some of the cells appear to be void of data, creating all that white space. To see how it will look when posted, after our software codes the page, click the Preview button below the composition window.Hello - New site looks nice, I'm back in town and noticed while trying to post a sighting that cut and paste from II is a mess and a look at some recent sightings suggest others are having the same issue. not sure if an upgrade issue or something else. Example:
This is what gets pasted over now: the boxes, the text all over the place.
You use to be able to just have to clean up white space......this will be a bit more of a PIA to clean up.
You are copy/pasting data that is formatted as a data table on the II site. I think what you are seeing initially is how your browser, in its composition window, interprets and displays the table. Some of the cells appear to be void of data, creating all that white space. To see how it will look when posted, after our software codes the page, click the Preview button below the composition window.
I think you perhaps want to click the "Toggle BB Code" before pasting your text in to the post. It is that little gear button and it prevents markup formatting. So it just pastes the text. No white space to remove. Here is the results of what I did. Not intentionally trying to post a sighting, but this is Grande Vista, where there is always a lot of availability.Thanks- but it is still different and I also tried with a different browser. I'm use to all the white space and needing to clear it out in order for the post to look nice. But, the jumbled mess while editing the white space out is a hassle.
Thanks. As I don't have an II account, I had no access to the original II source to really investigate.I think you perhaps want to click the "Toggle BB Code" before pasting your text in to the post. It is that little gear button and it prevents markup formatting. So it just pastes the text. No white space to remov
You can always use the Preview button below the message entry area then scroll down to view the preview and see how the message would look. Only hit the 'Post reply' or 'Post thread' button if you want to actually post the message. Just close the window/tab or back out without posting if you don't want to actually post the message.2. Is there a TEST area on this BBS where one can play with BB codes, Polls, etc. without cluttering up regular forums?
Sorry, for slowing things down off and on today, and the occasional flashes of large red code in the LMR forums. I was back revisiting the LMR code because it was displaying a default "45 days in the future" line instead of the actual LMR date directly above the message entry box when viewing a thread. Looks like the revised code got it done.I think I've got the LMR dates showing everywhere they need to.
So the intermittent delays I've caused while working on this should be over.