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Old 03-24-2016, 07:25 AM
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Like the title says, the e-mailed newsletters contain no visible text below the header area, just a blue band and a larger area where the mouse shows there to be some sort of content, but all I see there is blank white space. My first inclination is to consider it spam and delete it without further thought or attention.

But the white space can be copied, pasted into a word processor, and finally read there. Really, is a kludge like this necessary?

IE11, if that matters.


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Old 03-24-2016, 10:12 AM
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Like the title says, the e-mailed newsletters contain no visible text below the header area, just a blue band and a larger area where the mouse shows there to be some sort of content, but all I see there is blank white space. My first inclination is to consider it spam and delete it without further thought or attention.

But the white space can be copied, pasted into a word processor, and finally read there. Really, is a kludge like this necessary?

IE11, if that matters.


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No, it should show up normally, does for me. What internet provider are you using, Firefox, IE, Chrome, ?

Is this being sent to your Earthlink.net email?
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It comes to my earthlink.net address - the last couple anyway (I'm not sure how often it comes out or when it started).

Internet Explorer 11.


Sorry for being a bit slow to respond - 4 days in the NJMP vicinity for a couple of track days and to finish repairing a mechanical issue that happened in the middle of the last session of Day #2 (left front tire & wheel abruptly decided to try a different cornering line from what the rest of the car had been told to follow).


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