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No Patience Today.

Once a freaking ‘gain there are formatting issues. I have a great piece planned for today, but I’m not in the mood to have it come out in a big, messy jumble. Writers are funny about things like that. We have paragraph breaks for a REASON. I’ll save the cool article on losing yourself in the writing and strong image words for later when this darned thing is working again.

9 Comments

  1. February 27, 2006    

    LOL.

    I wish blogger/blogspot/Demonic Entity would fix the problem.

  2. February 27, 2006    

    Is your blog doing this as well? I keep wondering if I’m somehow hitting something. But no– I just jump onto the dashboard like always. Bummer today.

    Hey, I can skip lines in here. Argh!!!!!!!!!1

  3. February 27, 2006    

    (((Rinda))) on the formatting woes 🙁

  4. February 27, 2006    

    Blogger sucks sometimes. You’d think they’d get the hang of things by now, but… oh well. Can’t wait to read your cool article on losing yourself. I need to lose myself come to think of it…

  5. February 28, 2006    

    Spell check removes my double spacing.

    Adding a picture sems to remove my double spacing too.

    Rachel does her blog in word, then copies and pastes. I’m going to try it.

  6. February 28, 2006    

    seems

    [no spell check in comments.lol.]

  7. February 28, 2006    

    I tried that in WordPerfect but it removed all the spaces. Sigh. I may have to break down and buy Word anyway.

  8. February 28, 2006    

    EEeeek.

    I would go in to a coma without WORD.

  9. February 28, 2006    

    Never used it. I’ve used WP for so long, the thought of learning a new word processing program makes me break into a sweat.

    Plus, I learned a lot about Microsoft while researching my hacker book and while I have a lot of their programs (of course), I didn’t want to be completely assimilated.

    Used to make me so angry that I could convert a Word document into Word Perfect for reading, but not the other way around. My friends could never read my work without gong through a process.

    As long as I can convert to RTF, I may stay forever.

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