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Re: Archive at the Wakefield Show - with the brand new issue

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 1 Day 16 Hours ago by: Andrew Conroy

[snip] Apologies that this got through, I was approving things late on Friday night from my phone in bed at the hotel in Bradford. It all looked fine on screen (I'd even cut and pasted the text out in case it had special characters), only

Re: Archive at the Wakefield Show - with the brand new issue

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 2 Days 2 Hours ago by: John Williams (News)

For doing woodwork in very confined spaces? John

Re: Archive at the Wakefield Show - with the brand new issue

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 2 Days 2 Hours ago by: Richard Darby (news)

Not sure if this was a result of Andrew approving the posting via a web interface (see header info) but it sure makes it difficult to read in a text only mail reader. Forunatley removing all instances of ‍ reveals the messa

Re: Archive at the Wakefield Show - with the brand new issue

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 2 Days 3 Hours ago by: David Pitt

It's a total mess, full stop. It's HTML but not headered as such. The HTML special character ‍ is "zero width joiner". StrongED's S&R sorted it out.

Re: Archive at the Wakefield Show - with the brand new issue

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 2 Days 3 Hours ago by: Martin

[Big Snip] Don't think so ... it appeared the same in Pluto, and when just downloaded using AntiSpam! If you edit it to remove all the #&8205; it makes much more sense. I suspect some webby stuff interfered with it.

Re: Archive at the Wakefield Show - with the brand new issue

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 2 Days 3 Hours ago by: News

It's a total mess in Pluto as well.

Re: Archive at the Wakefield Show - with the brand new issue

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 2 Days 3 Hours ago by: Richard Porter

Eeeek! Have you tried this on Messenger Pro? I've just updated to 9.0. Do I need to install the new fonts?

Re: Google & insecure apps (thread)

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Posted: 6 Days 8 Hours ago by: Barry Punchard

Thanks for the comments Chris H. I hope to return to live in the UK soon and do the same eventually. Barry

Re: Google & insecure apps (thread)

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Posted: 6 Days 8 Hours ago by: Barry Punchard

[snip] [SNIP] Thank you very much Chris and Harriet. That all went well with 3 mail addresses. so that problem is dealt with until Google feel so concerned about MY security that they introduce another hurdle. Barry

Re: Google & insecure apps (thread)

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Posted: 7 Days 5 Hours ago by: Harriet Bazley

[snip] Note that once you have done this you will now be unable to access your webmail without a mobile phone (which is why I was putting off doing it) - you will only have POP3 access!

Re: Google & insecure apps (thread)

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Posted: 7 Days 5 Hours ago by: Chris Hughes

R-Comp are aware and looking at options, but it should still work afterwards anyway by changing to an 'application password' generated by Google, rather then your own. One has been published in these lists, and on ArchiveOnline

Re: Google & insecure apps (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 7 Days 5 Hours ago by: Harriet Bazley

[snip] Chris Newman posted a step-by-step alternative in comp.sys.acorn.networking. It requires one-off web access to GMail (so won't work with NetSurf) and one-off access to a mobile phone, but after that you can continue to access

Re: Google & insecure apps (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.misc

Posted: 7 Days 6 Hours ago by: Barry Punchard

I know this has been discussed here and elsewhere and I have that same problem, using Messenger and Netfetch with a Google email account. What is the summary answer, please? Google are still pushing this as something they will do immine

Re: Google & insecure apps (thread)

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Posted: 24 Days 23 Hours ago by: Chris Newman

Forgot to say I've contacted Neil. 'Twas a glitch with the site. Now sorted

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