Just created a new hub but there seems to be an issue with it - the sentences aren't wrapping properly
I did it in word to begin with and figured this was a formatting problem so then pasted into notepad before copying it again but in both cases this has happened
Any idea what the issue is? am I missing something obvious?
This is happening to lots of us and there are several threads about it! let us hope it gets sorted out soon!
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