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Re: Newline-phobic text help.

From: R. Clayton
Subject: Re: Newline-phobic text help.
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2016 21:55:32 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.5 (gnu/linux)

  OK? You write in Emacs and then paste into a Firefox add-on which is called
  "it's all text"?

No.  Iat adds a button to text forms.  Click it and it fires up emacs with the
contents of the text form, if any, in the buffer.  Save the buffer to bung the
contents back to the text form.

  It is possible to fill in forms using Emacs-w3m. It is third party stuff, so
  use aptitude or the corresponding package manager of your Unix system/Linux
  distro to get it.

No. Most of the sites are too web 2.0 for w3m (or for me to figure out how to
get w3m to deal with them).

  It is "possible", but not enjoyable even in Emacs. Stay away from them sites
  is another attitude.

Unfortunately, these are the sites with which I must deal.  Besides, iat +
emacs makes it reasonable of not necessarily enjoyable; it's those newlines in
enriched-mode that are the problem.

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