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Thread started 01/19/20 9:22am

mydrawers

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How come the posts aren't saved as they are written?

Why aren't posts saved as they are written? For example, why when I push return twice it's not saved that way and it's all run together? Why?

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Reply #1 posted 01/19/20 12:40pm

luv4u

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Press the arrow key under the caps lock key. Keep your finger on the arrow key as you hit the return key to make spaces.

Works for me razz




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Reply #2 posted 01/28/20 4:07am

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Do you mean saving a draf? It used to do that. I know some time ago I was in an old topic and it told me I had an saved draft... and asked if I wanted to continue.

as to the space between paragraphs?

If you hold shift and press enter

that will as well as holding the down arrow!

On mobile I think it works without either...




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OnlyNDaUsa said:

Do you mean saving a draf? It used to do that. I know some time ago I was in an old topic and it told me I had an saved draft... and asked if I wanted to continue.


That is one thing about the automatic logoff issue that I don't like.


I write a paragraph or two, then step away from the computer for a bit, and when I return to fnish the post I'm logged off and everything I had already written is lost and can't be retrieved. sad


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Reply #4 posted 01/28/20 7:08am

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Pokeno4Money said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Do you mean saving a draf? It used to do that. I know some time ago I was in an old topic and it told me I had an saved draft... and asked if I wanted to continue.


That is one thing about the automatic logoff issue that I don't like.


I write a paragraph or two, then step away from the computer for a bit, and when I return to fnish the post I'm logged off and everything I had already written is lost and can't be retrieved. sad




Type it as a Word document so you can copy and repaste it. razz

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Reply #5 posted 01/28/20 10:46am

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luv4u said:

Pokeno4Money said:


That is one thing about the automatic logoff issue that I don't like.


I write a paragraph or two, then step away from the computer for a bit, and when I return to fnish the post I'm logged off and everything I had already written is lost and can't be retrieved. sad




Type it as a Word document so you can copy and repaste it. razz


Very true! wink

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