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How do you keep a constant font type and size?

Seems that I have to set the type and size each time?

Thanks!

Tom D

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How do you keep a constant font type and size?

Seems that I have to set the type and size each time?

Thanks!

Tom D

Currently it is set to a default value for each message. It will also go back to the default with every new message. We will look into modifying this.

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Currently it is set to a default value for each message. It will also go back to the default with every new message. We will look into modifying this.

Thanks

Grazie....

-TD

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Why does the space bar sometimes act as enter or return? is it because too many people are typing at the same time? I like the other changes though... now just to get people out of the "default" select room! lol

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We have a Chat Room????? :confused:

LE DUH!!!!!!!!

:aargh:

Very top of the web page....LIVE CHAT

Tom D

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We're now testing a New Chat Interface:

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3 things so far....

Change the timeout in the Lobby.

Cursor gets "lost" when the chat frame refreshes

which can happen when you're in the middle of

typing a sentence.

You have to mouse back to the text are to continue

typing.

And you still can't change the font size ;)

Tom D

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Yeah. i hate that cursor thing to. I also got a popupthing about some dating stuff. I dont like popup`s

Why not make a chat that can be used in java and mirc?

Runar.

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Yeah. i hate that cursor thing to. I also got a popupthing about some dating stuff. I dont like popup`s

Why not make a chat that can be used in java and mirc?

Runar.

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