RE: NANFA-- RE: nanfa V1 #1330

Jay DeLong (
Wed, 17 Jul 2002 09:18:26 -0700

> 2. Long unbroken blocks of type such as this report you posted
> are difficult to browse through, and so I (and I suspect othes)
> tend to skip them. I would rather see reasonable paragraph breaks,
> and also would like to see the various specific locations and
> species names highlighed - perhaps in italics or bold type. See below.
> (Unfortunately, my e-mail program doesn't permit italics or bold type
> when replying, so I haven't included that feature.)

I'd like to see all messages in French and Spanish also, for our fellow
North Americans to the north and south, but let's be grateful for what we
have and how we get it :-) We're all different. My email isn't set to
receive formatting when reading, and attempts at such formatting result in
messages with weird characters where the formatting is. (For example, Todd's
messages are a mishmash of lines all over my mail viewer.)

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA
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