That article merely states to click on those 3 dots for the complete
nothing is really hidden, it's merely someone's inane idea to
limit space, or something ???
If anyone has been using gmail, they would know that, although this
e-mail program has been changing recently, it still operates about the same
as it always did.
BTW - good researchers use primary sources not secondary (as
articles) or third, ... , sources ;-)
since not using primary sources, errors will occur ... ... ...
(anyone care to see some of these I've collected for
BTW 2 - To whom are you referring with the 'copy'ing bit;
as for me, I've never copied any of these messages elsewhere;
and have no intention of so doing.
From: Dave Howorth <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 10:06 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] email notifications
That'll be why there's a support article about the problem then, and
numerous threads in forums.
PS Please don't copy me on any reply. That's just plain rude.
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