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[Bug 602883] Re: Error: 'advanced' twice in a row in 'Composing new messages'


** Changed in: ubuntu-manual
     Assignee: (unassigned) => Chris Woollard (cwoollard)

** Changed in: ubuntu-manual
       Status: New => In Progress

** Changed in: ubuntu-manual
    Milestone: None => edition-2

** Changed in: ubuntu-manual
       Status: In Progress => Fix Committed

Error: 'advanced' twice in a row in 'Composing new messages'
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Status in Ubuntu Manual: Fix Committed

Bug description:
String 751 in Launchpad:

"By default, new messages will be sent in ``Plain Text'' mode. This
means that no formatting or graphics will be shown to the recipient,
but the message is least likely to be rejected or displayed illegibly
to the recipients. If you know that your recipient uses a contemporary
computer and a modern email program, you can send them messages that
include formatting. To switch to this mode, click the drop-down list
button on the left side directly above the text field for the message
contents. Change the selection from ``Plain Text'' to
``\acronym{HTML}'' to enable advanced formatting. When using
\acronym{HTML} mode, a new toolbar should appear right under the mode
selection that will allow you to perform advanced advanced font
styling and message formatting."

The last line contains the word 'advanced' twice in a row.