DNS adding a space before text in Studio 2009
Thread poster: Ward Whittaker

Ward Whittaker  Identity Verified
Brazil
Local time: 10:07
Portuguese to English
Jan 31, 2011

Hi all,

I've been using DNS for a couple of years now and one issue I have with using it with Studio 2009 is that it places one character space before the text which I then need to delete.

I can't find anything in either DNS or studio 2009 options that relates to this.
Has anybody else experienced this and if so, does anybody know of a resolution or workaround to this issue.
Many thanks in advance, Ward


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bohy  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 14:07
English to French
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With DNS 10... Jan 31, 2011

I've been using DNS for more than 10 years now. This problem didn't happen in the past, but I think I experienced it at some point, with DNS 10 probably.
Then I moved to the DNS 10 64-bit version, and now to DNS 11, and I don't have this problem anymore. No idea about a workaround.
What version are you using?


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Ward Whittaker  Identity Verified
Brazil
Local time: 10:07
Portuguese to English
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I'm using DNS 9.5 with Studio 2009 SP1 9.1 Jan 31, 2011

Hi Bohy,

I'm using DNS 9.5 with Studio 2009 SP1 9.1


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