pixelsearch Posted March 17 Share Posted March 17 Hi everybody Let's test 6 lines with 6 columns and @Tab separators (5 @Tabs per line x 6 lines = 30 Tabs) First a pic to show you how the lines look like in NotePad, perfectly aligned : Then I copy-paste the 6 lines in Forum code, below : 7:32 7.36 0 0.011% 162.7 0 7:32 7.36 d 0 0.011% 0 0 7.36 d 0 0.011% 0 0 7.36 d 0 0.011% 55 51:0 7.36 d 0 0.011% 0.001 7:30 0 7.36 d 0 0 Question: are the Tabs on the Forum lost or not, for me and other users ? * A first test shows that the only way I can access the Tabs again is to be logged, edit my code, copy the lines from the Forum and paste them anywhere : the @Tabs are all there. * But If I'm not logged anymore, then copying my own code from the Forum and pasting it anywhere transforms the @Tabs into spaces, which is what I would like to avoid. * Also, If any other user (logged or not) try to copy my code from the Forum, will he lose all the formatting @Tabs ? I think he will lose them (to be confirmed) So what's the point of inserting @Tabs in code if noone (except the logged OP) can access them afterwards ? I'm asking this because everytime I copy a script from someone else on the Forum, then paste it in Scite, all indentations (@Tabs) are lost and replaced with spaces. Same for subject tests prepared with @Tabs by OP and not being copied correctly by other users etc... Tests done with Chrome. Please advise if there's something incorrect in the preceding explanations, or if there's a way to solve this. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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