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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Oct 21, 2003

See proz.com/kudoz/54966 - the question asked appears in full in the title and body of the notification email send to me, but on the KudoZ question page, the end of it is missing.

 

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Is there any particular character? Oct 21, 2003

Jack Doughty wrote:

See proz.com/kudoz/54966 - the question asked appears in full in the title and body of the notification email send to me, but on the KudoZ question page, the end of it is missing.


... such as inverted comma or angular brackets, or else...?
I have seen some truncations when there are some special characters.

If you can identify what is the character corresponding to the truncation you may post a message in the Bugs forum or send the details to support to have the problem fixed.

Gianfranco


 

Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Bugging out Oct 21, 2003

Thanks, Gianfranco, I have some more information on this but I'll post it in the Bugs forum as you suggest.

 


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