...doesn't work. I copy paste my work into the forum text entry -- looks ok -- but when previewing it's just a big newline-less blob of text. Even deleting Word's newlines and re-adding them in the forum interface does not solve the problem.
Could use either A) A fix or B) Drafting advice using an application that doesn't have such a low logout timer.
Word has a weird formatting which can mess with other things too. I copy text from the desktop version to O365 sometimes when I need it on the go, and the formatting gets messed up transferring btwn it.
If I have to draft something, I use a text editor like notepad. I never get any of the formatting issues doing that myself.Can I turn in a paper without citing all sources?
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Sometimes if you start a post and don't finish it for a while, then go to post, you've gotten auto-logged out and lose the post. Sometimes you can save it by pressing back, but that may depend on your browser.
Try notepad or wordpad instead of the newer word processors.
I write any long posts on Discord in one of my private servers in case the forums randomly log out or something unexpected happens. Copy+pasting from Discord is really nice and doesn't affect anything.
For guides/larger threads of mine, I use PowerPoint's "notes" feature at the bottom of each slide to signify each post of content. Usually able to copy+paste from that very easily as well.
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I've always in years past used Notepad as my editor-of-choice for writing RSOF threads. Only having to deal with raw text makes moving content over much easier, though it does mean I have to check for spelling errors before I hit post as barebones text editors don't usually have spellcheck.