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Re: amaya <p>/"enter" problem

From: Amy van der Hiel <amy@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 12:32:43 -0500
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To: carcone@w3.org, Amy van der Hiel <amy@w3.org>
Cc: www-amaya@w3.org

Hi Laurent

Thank you very much!

I have no idea why there were two doctype lines in there -- a couple of us 
edit that page, but I don't know how that would get added.

I used an earlier version of amaya to create the document.  I note Susan 
Westhaver (who just updated to 7.2 recently) had problems editing the 
document yesterday, but I don't know if the different versions would create 
a problem.

Now I can use the enter/return button to create new <p> elements.  Thanks 


At 17:54 2/25/2003 +0100, Laurent Carcone wrote:

>Hello Amy,
>Actually, Amaya enters an infinite loop in this case.
>I think it's due to the structure of your document that contains several 
>  and <doctype> elements.
>Before editing it, could you open the source view, remove these extra 
>(lines 12 to 26) the end tags </html> line 435 and the misplaced element <p>
>htm</p> line 438, then synchronize it. You could now use the return button.
>Before further investigations, I'd like to know if you created this document
>with Amaya and if you was able to edit it with an older version.
> > Hello all
> >
> > I have downloaded the latest version (7.2) of Amaya and am currently 
> having
> > problems with using the enter/return button to create a new paragraph <p>
> > when editing the
> > http://www.w3.org/Team/Admin/2003/timeline/tpcambridge.html page.
> >
> > When I hit return to create new paragraphs, nothing happens, if I hit
> > return several times the program freezes. I've stopped and started the
> > program three times.
> >
> > I note the combination of the ctrl/enter to produce <br>  does work.
> >
> > Any
> >
> >

Amy van der Hiel
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