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    Elite Member rekees4300's Avatar
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    Default Re: Copy/Paste gibberish

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    Specifically, TBN doesn't handle angled single/double quotes and those all must be replaced with straight single or double quotes.

    Aaron Z
    Okay, thanks for the workaround.

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    Default Re: Copy/Paste gibberish

    Why not just goto the General settings and change the editor type and use the one that works for you. There are three choices. -kid

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    Default Re: Copy/Paste gibberish

    Tease.
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    Default Re: Copy/Paste gibberish

    Quote Originally Posted by The kid View Post
    Why not just goto the General settings and change the editor type and use the one that works for you. There are three choices. -kid
    None of them handle angled single/double quotes.

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    Default Re: Copy/Paste gibberish

    Quote Originally Posted by The kid View Post
    Why not just goto the General settings and change the editor type and use the one that works for you. There are three choices. -kid
    Its not on the general tab and there are more than three choices if you have any "office" type programs installed. And none of them work with the angled quotes that we can find.
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    Default Re: Copy/Paste gibberish

    I notice it happens when I copy my written text in the posting box into Word to check for typo's and then copy and paste it back into the posting box, I get all sorts of crazy characters in it where it made corrections.
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    Default Re: Copy/Paste gibberish

    Quote Originally Posted by RedNeckRacin View Post
    I notice it happens when I copy my written text in the posting box into Word to check for typo's and then copy and paste it back into the posting box, I get all sorts of crazy characters in it where it made corrections.
    Its because your version of Word is set to use "Smart Quotes" see How to Turn Off Smart Quotes in MS Word 2010 for how to turn them off.

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