On 03/21/2017 12:02 PM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
is correct and according to the rules.
> It means that your client is free to wrap
instead to the size of your
> local window, be it 40 chars, 60, 80, 200...
I believe that is what I said,
his client is *not* wrapping <80 chars.
Actually, it's been that way for as long as I can remember. As Carlos
mentioned, it allows the text to properly wrap for whatever you're
reading on. For example, I have your message open on both my computer
and smart phone. In both cases it wraps to best fit the display. On
the computer the line "I believe that is what I said, his client is
*not* wrapping <80 chars." is displayed on one line, but on the phone it
wraps after "*not*.
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