Weird bug with HTML...or something

MachwingMachwing It looks like a harmless old computer, doesn't it?Left in this cave to rot ... or to flower!Registered User regular
So I was typing a reply, and I proof-read these things, somewhat. I usually don't make mistakes, and when I do it's not nearly as bad as:
Machwing wrote:
The X stands for X-treme%0
<t

Or xylophone

My original post had been everything there except for the %0 and the <t. The post is in G&T, a reply to the thread about the "Xbox Next" announcement.

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  • RamiusRamius Joined: July 19, 2000 Administrator, ClubPA admin
    edited November 2003
    cool, it's like a glitch in the Matrix.

    But yeah, I don't think there is anything I can do about that. unless it inserts those characters every time you type:
    ----

    The X stands for X-treme

    Or xylophone

    ----
    But alas, that seems to work fine for me.

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  • MachwingMachwing It looks like a harmless old computer, doesn't it? Left in this cave to rot ... or to flower!Registered User regular
    edited November 2003
    I've had it occur a couple times before, but not just on the forum. I've had it occur when I'm typing messages in games.

    So I guess it's just my computer. Weird though.

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  • Grayman222Grayman222 Registered User
    edited November 2003
    are you running a localized version of windows Mach?

    % and other characters is usually used when something can't handle whatever character was typed, like a url will have %20 instead of spaces in it.

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  • PaladinPaladin Registered User regular
    edited November 2003
    Ramius wrote:
    alas

    Ear wax. :D

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