Closed Bug 10670 Opened 21 years ago Closed 20 years ago
Original text line break does not work in Reply message
Linux (1999-07-27-08 m9) Win32 (1999-07-27-12 M9) 1. From the Inbox folder, select a message 2. Click on the Reply button or Message|Reply to reply to this message, compose window opens with the original text. At this point, the line break of the original text looks fine on Win_nt 4.0. But on Linux, the line break is not working meaning that the text are displayed in one paragraph. 3. Type some text and Send 4. Read the reply message. Actual result: The original text is displayed in one paragraph. Expected Result: The original text should retain its original paragraph format. I tried both plain text and Html, the result is the same. This occurs on Linux and Win_nt 4.0 Have not tested Mac yet.
starting off with rhp. Rich if this is in Ender or Raptor, please reassign.
Sounds like this needs to be fixed for PR1, so I added a note to the Status Whiteboard. Also rhp is listed as the owner, but he's out right now.
Bulk move rhp bugs to M11 for now
(target milestone is M11 or M12 - add to mail beta tracking bug)
changing QA assigned to email@example.com
Will put in the list with my other linebreak bugs. - rhp
Fenella, can you try this again with a more recent build? Thank you.
Linux Redhat 6.0 (1999-12-21-08 m13) win_nt 4.0 (1999-12-21-08 m13) When using the HTML editor to reply, original text has line break. And it also wrap text to fit window when resizing the window When using the Plain text editor to reply, original text has line break but both the original and new text does not wrap text to fit window when resizing the window. See bug 21458. Mac (1999-12021008 M13) I can not re-test this bug on Mac because Mac Reply is broken. See bug 22291.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Seeing the date on this one, I think this was an issue of the editor not behaving properly last summer. All of this seems to work fine now. :-) - rhp
Linux (2000-02-28-08 M15) Win32 (2000-02-28-09 M15) Mac (2000-02-28-08 M15) Indeed, this problem no longer exists.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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