Linux (1999-10-01-18 M10) Steps: 1. From Nova, set preference to use HTML editor to compose a message 2. Send the message to yourself 3. View the message in seamonkey, I have 3 lines of text The first line contains all plain text The second line contains a mix of plain text and bolded text (and underlined text or italic) The third line contains all bolded text 4. Print the message. Actual Result: Only the first line and the third line are printed. The second line, which contains a mix of plain text and html text are not printed. Reproducible: yes. I tried a few times.
I don't handle non-html text for printing. The printing in Layout requires something that can be layed out... (html or xml). I am not sure if you are the right person for this bug, but I was given your name for not HTML types of text.
If Fenella is looking at it in the mail window, then it can be laid out and is no longer the property of the output system. The description makes it sound like it's all html in any case -- how could a content tree have a mixture of html and plain, and how could the mail system send that in a single document? I think she just means that the first line doesn't have any html markup.
Akkana, you are right. I meant that the first line doesn't have any html markup. Sorry for the confusion.
Linux (1999-11-05-08 M10) Win_nt 4.0 (1999-11-05-09 M10) Mac (1999-11-05-08 M10) Don, per our conversation, I have composed a message with 3 lines This line do not have bolded text This line contains bolded and non-bolded text This line contains all bolded text All three lines print. However, on Linux, bolded text are printed as if it were non-bolded text (separate bug will be filed) So I'll mark this one worksforme
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
bolded text is printed as non-bolded text is logged in bug 18132.
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