Is there a way for when you click on the Formatting Tips at the bottom right of Message when posting that it only would open in a new window?
I notice that everytime I click on it it will open in This window and another window at the same time. Then you have to go Back a page on your computer. If you are in the middle of a message...you lose it and have to start over?
This never happens to me. I would guess it has to do with your browser settings, albeit I am at a loss which exactly.
Ok, thanks Misha. I will see if I can fix that, if I can find out how.
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