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Trailing space in Codebox

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Everytime I use a codebox I get all this extra space at the bottom. Anyone know why? I suppose it's not really important but it just doesn't look clean.

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It's for dramatic effect, like ellipsis...

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It's for dramatic effect, like ellipsis...

Nice.


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I like to use the [ autoit ] code encapsulators. It makes the code easier to read. :)


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I like to use the [ autoit ] code encapsulators. It makes the code easier to read. :)

I was reading that some people didn't like using [ autoit ] because it did some weird formatting stuff. Is this not true?

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Probably a browser problem; firefox doesnt seem to have a problem with it. IE might?

I've never encountered a problem with it before, and I've poked around a few threads with autoit tags in em. Never noticed a problem...

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I was reading that some people didn't like using [ autoit ] because it did some weird formatting stuff. Is this not true?

It turns into a "wingdings" looking format when you edit it, occasionally. I find it worth the nuisance to be able to read the code without copying and pasting it into SciTE.

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Probably a browser problem; firefox doesnt seem to have a problem with it. IE might?

I've never encountered a problem with it before, and I've poked around a few threads with autoit tags in em. Never noticed a problem...

I use Opera so that could be it I suppose.


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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

It only happens on occasion but it is annoying when it does happen. thats why I just use the code tags. And If I attempt to reply to someone that has used the AutoIt tags and I see the quoted code all messed up, I just don't reply.

BTW there seems to be a difference between using the Code tags and actually using a CodeBox. I suspect that is what is causing the blank space that the OP is seeing. There is a minimum size for them I believe.

Edit: I just proved that to be the case in the test thread.

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