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Quote:>Before I send a message by the newsserver of my provider I always
>check it's signature. Signature is always good.
>However, when the message has been send with free-agent (in my case)
>by the server and then retrieved, in most cases (not always!!!) the
>signature turns out to be bad.
>Can anybody tell me what the problem is?
Free Agent word wraps messages. You should either end your lines before
Agent's word wrap point or just type the message in Agent and copy it to
the clipboard. PWF should be able to read from and paste to the
clipboard. You don't have to use Notepad. Notepad does not word wrap at
a specific point.
BTW, Notepad did not come with PWF, but is one of several accessories
that comes with *every* copy of Windows. Check out the Accessories group
in Program Manager and you should find some other interesting items like
Write, Cardfile, Clock, and Terminal.
You can set PWF to use any editor you want by using the Options tab.
I have found PWF to have problems with clipboard data when there is a
comma in the line. It breaks the line at the comma, and it has nothing
to do with line length. Try putting commas at random places in a short
line and use the clipboard to see what I mean. I only use PWF for file
A better program for general text use with the clipboard is PGPClick
<http://www.ncinter.net/~rewilson/PGPClick/>. Instead of manually
copying and pasting, you can set PGPClick to use the standard Ctrl-A,
Ctrl-C, and Ctrl-V key combos to select, copy, and paste the text for
you. All you have to do is click once on the appropriate button on a
small window that sits off to the side all of the time. PGPClick copies
the text, processes it, and pastes it back, all with a single click.
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