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Hi Christian,

Indeed, pasted too much rich text, I'm afraid.
(In the rush, I did not bother to even take a look at the icons... ugh ;-)
Will pick this up tomorrow for repair.
Thanks for your explanantion,

Christian Lohmaier wrote (28-01-11 00:00)
Hi Cor, *;

On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 11:18 PM, Cor Nouws<>  wrote:
Both the pages
  - Ondersteuning
  - installatie/macintosh

show something as ]]]]]]]]]>  on top and a lot of, for me, strange html.

Maybe cause I pasted to much LibO text in it??

Yes - or just because you used the wrong paste method. How did you
paste? Using keyboard or using one of the paste buttons?

Just have a look at the html-source that ended up in the editor.

Can someone pls have a look and advice?

Fix up the markup in the html-source view.

There is
<! [CDATA[<![CDATA[<![CDATA[<!
p { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; }

all over the place . Note the&gt; in there that actually prevents it
from being interpreted as closing element of the CDATA section. ("]]>"
would close it, but at "]]&gt;" it just continues.

Generally I'd say it is best to paste as plain text, to avoid all hard
formatting, or if you already got HTML sourcecode, paste the actual
sourcecode into the html-sourcecode view.


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