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    Default cursor in wysiwyg mtext editor *

    When editing a section of vertically-aligned text, it would be helpful if the cursor was rotated 90degrees so that the beam could be more easily placed between characters.
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    Default Re: cursor in wysiwyg mtext editor *

    Quote Originally Posted by johnbogie
    When editing a section of vertically-aligned text, it would be helpful if the cursor was rotated 90degrees so that the beam could be more easily placed between characters.
    Excellent idea - get's my vote

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    Cursor in WYSIWYG MTEXT Editor

    Summary: When editing a section of vertically aligned text, it would be helpful if the cursor were rotated 90 degrees so that the beam could be more easily placed between characters.

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    Submitted By: John Bogie on 08/31/2005


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