># > Hi,
># > This is one of those really annoying ones that just is completely pissing me off because I cannot
># > find out to fix the problem. The problem is in using StarOffice, with it's ever so useful
># > 'Correct-as-you-type' MS Office type feature. My problem is that, I am entering individual data in
># > the cells of a spreadsheet [or at times a text document] and I don't want the data to begin with a
># > capital letter. Annoying SO automatically replaces the small latter with a capital as soon as I
># > press enter. I've changed the 'Case Sensitive' option in the General->Language options panel but it
># > won't stop! Any assistance greatly appreciated as there is nothing I hate more than a computer
># > trying to help me but just pissing me off in the mean time.
># Would be nice if you'd set the wrap margin in Netsc(r)ape there so it
># wraps lines at about 72 characters. Most of us are probably using text-
># based newsreaders that don't handle the (bad) formatting of Netscape.
>Agreed, but the above post is not wrapped on my tube.
>Not even in this reply.
> boing:root 104> stty -a
> rows = 50; columns = 106...
> xterm -font screen.b.16
But actually it was in a sense. You typing was set at 106 columns and
reading it in a 80 column window causes exactly the ugliness you see
above. So the request still stands, please post in <80 character
columns. Actually no word wrapping is better than non-standard word
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