This is something I noticed a couple of weeks ago, meant to report and forgot - sorry.
When I am trying to write a product description in Amazon capsules, very often the space between words is not being recognised. This happens after maybe every five or seven words. I have tried deleting and rewriting to no effect. The description therefore looks tacky, as though it was carelessly written by someone in a big hurry.
Anyone else finding this problem?
You're right. I just tried it in Chrome. Words look fine in the unsaved capsule but run together on the page when saved.
More work for the techs....
Even if you allow Amazon to "write" the product description, which I do, the words in most cases will have various spaces between them left out.
This problem has been going on for several weeks and I've seen several forum threads on it. I guess it's a sticky problem because so far it has not been resolved. Thanks for bringing it back up to the attention of the HP tech department. Hopefully they're working on it.
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