I used to think this was related to my word processor, but now it seems to be happening by simply opening the text capsule to edit within HP.
The initial problem: I create a draft in Word 2007. Then paste it into a text capsule. At that point, there is an extra blank line at the top and at the bottom that can be manually deleted. A quicker way is to paste, delete, paste. For some reason, the second paste does not have the extra spaces.
The recent observation: If I am doing a lot of editing of the text capsules within an exisitng hub, one capsule will occasionally introduce a spurious blank line at the end of the text. I have not yet identified any conditioning factor, any precise steps that will reproduce the bug every time.
A quick save-edit-save makes the top line disappear.
As to the bottom line, depending on your browser, ya just gotta keep messing with it in different ways until it’s gone.
by Susie Lehto 3 years ago
"Techo" Matt,This has been happening for some time on all of my hubs.When I open a Text Capsule and copy and paste content in, it does not show the text until I hit Save. EXAMPLE:I published a poetry hub today and had the title in the content I pasted into the text...
by jerryjackson 9 years ago
for two days now i have tried pasting in the text capsule of my new hub, but nothing seems to be coming up except for the capsule subtitle. This has left my new hub unpublished and could be rated substandard since there is no adequate information in it.Is this a general problem?A lot of visitors...
by Jackie Grant 19 months ago
I think I missed something here but have recently seen some discussions about in-text Amazon links v Capsules. How do you put in text links in, is there a special way? Do I just get the link that I get from Amazon when I go on there and choose the product? Or does this only work for people who have...
by Cameron Corniuk 10 years ago
I have relatively simple question.I was preparing a new blog and wanted to add some links into the main article. I tried using simple HTML <a href="url>name</a> to add the links, but then the code showed as well. For editing at home, using NotePad or Word, is there some...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
Do you use the text capsules directly to write hubs or do you use word and then copy paste?or do you use some other application?
by Jason Menayan 7 years ago
The new Text Capsule has been well received and we believe we've fixed all outstanding bugs (thank you, by the way, for those who gave us feedback).We'd like to retire the old Text Capsule in the coming weeks, so please let us know if there are any outstanding bugs that we should address before...
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