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Re: [BKARTS] CD-R longevity and recording techniques for archival recordings

Hm. Sorry about this.  20 means a space in ASCII, but seems to
be a standard code for line return when inserted by a line
breaking algorithm in a email server.  They should be properly
interpreted by email clients.  I don't know of any way to
remove them other than to explicitly break lines at 60
characters or so.  I'll try that here.

I'm using a standard US keyboard encoding.  That doesn't seem
to be the problem.

This is as bare as I can make it. Gavin

PS, When I get my copy of my messages through the list, there
is none of this problem evident.

At 02:04 PM 21/01/2004 -0700, Alan Shalette  wrote:

Switching to plaintext does not solve the problem. See what is
still happening below in your message...

I think it might be a combination of you being on a PC and we
might be on Macs? Just a guess.

I also notice that you are in Canada. I know some
international keyboards have different setups and yours might
be generating different characters than US keyboard set-ups.
The =20 seems to always happen at a line-length carriage

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