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Problem with new paragraph, since Tapatalk plugin?

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  1. visor

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    I've been having this problem for the past month or so, whereby I can't create a new line or new paragraph when I'm on my computer using windows 7.

    Right now, it's fine on my S3.

    Anyone else with this problem too? :(
    [MENTION=1]kwun[/MENTION] :)
     
  2. kwun

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    are you able to do it on any computer other than win7?

    how many win7 computers have you tried?

    i do 95% of my postings in win7 and haven't bumped into that problem. i am suspecting it maybe something specific to a single win7 installation.
     
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    I have the same problem on win7. I added newline in my (quick or not) reply, but after preview and/or submit, the forum converted my newlines into spaces.

    Trying again... ah ok I think the reason was I had javascript disabled. Once I enabled for badmintoncentral.com then newline works... why do I need js for newline :confused:
     
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    what browser are you guys using?
     
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    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:20.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/20.0
    Private browsing mode
    NoScript 2.6.6
     
  6. visor

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    Ah, javascript... I think it's disabled on mine too. Will check tonite. :)
     
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    Testing

    Testing

    Works in Chrome.
     
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    Testing. Testing. Doesn't work in IE10... despite checking to make sure javascript is on. :(
     
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    Save digital space. Type only one para. :D

    Try using a soft return, or two soft returns to create a para space.... will it work?
     
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    What's a soft return? :confused::)
     
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    Shift+Enter. It returns you to the next line, like so...
    and doing it twice would give you a faux para space, like so...

    et voila!
     
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    Testing. Testing. Negatory. :(
     
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    Bah! Humbug! :(

    Hang on! IE10 is still not completely stable. I know a few people who have had strange goings-on with IE10 installed. Best advise I can give is to revert back to IE9, and the world will "return" to normal.

    Start->Programs and Features->select IE10->Uninstall.
    This will automatically revert you to IE9
     
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    Test

    Test

    Yesssssssssssssss!

    Thanks [MENTION=64347]cobalt[/MENTION] ! Reverting back to IE9 works! :D :D :D

    So, now we should change the title of this thread to since IE10. :p :p :p
     
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    Result -> Pository! :p
     
  16. visor

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    but now old problem of taking a long time to register a post after clicking on post reply button... :(

    ack, ferget this ie crap... i'm switching to chrome! :p
     
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    ack.............
     
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