149.00 KB, application/msword
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From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC; en-US; rv:1.1a+) Gecko/20020715 BuildID: 2002071503 I received an article from an online journal forwarded to me by e-mail. It contains a headline in large, bold type and also a large, red drop-capital at the start of the body of the text. Mozilla displayed this correctly, but when it was saved to disk as xxx.eml, this file showed the bold headline, but the large red drop-capital had become a small black inline capital. When this was repeated in Netscape 4.79, the saved file contained all the formatting, including the drop-capital. If the acknowledgement of this bug report includes an e-mail address, I shall forward the article in question for the recipient to experiment with. Reproducible: Didn't try Steps to Reproduce: 1.When I have forwarded the article, open it and note its appearance (esp. the large red drop-capital). 2.Save it to disk as xxx.eml. 3.Open this file. Actual Results: The bold headline is correctly displayed, but the large red drop-capital has become a small black inline capital. Expected Results: All the formatting, including the large red drop-capital, should be shown when the saved file is opened. Mac G3 (old beige). OS 9.2.2. Classic theme.
*** Bug 157884 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 91835 [details] Two screenshots combined into one Word 2001 document This Word document shows, first, the newswpaper article as it appears in my mail window, and, second, what it looks like when saved as xxx.eml and opened. Note the red drop-capital at the start of the text in the first, which has been replaced by an ordinary black inline capital in the second. But the headline formatting (size, bold) is retained.
can you attach original mesg to this bug?
This bug is still apparent in Build No. 2002071808.
Adding qawanted. We need the .eml message attached to this bug per comment 3, Michael.
Created attachment 94014 [details] E-mail message (article from periodical) saved as .eml, with missing formatting.
In the first example, the red M is, in fact, an image. <img alt="M" src="cid:firstname.lastname@example.org" align="left" border="0" _base_href="http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/15/books/15MAME.html?pagewanted=print& amp;position=top"> I guess that's a URN there in the SRC attribute. What that's supposed to indicate, I don't know. email@example.com, any thoughts?
Bugs are targeted at mac classic, which is dead. Marking WONTFIX. Please reopen, if you can reproduce the bug on Mac OS X with 1.5beta or later.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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