In article <51b33b8d4ctim(a)timil.com>,
Tim Hill <tim(a)timil.com> wrote:
In article <b31936b351.kbarter(a)orpheusnet.co.uk>, Erving
> From: Brian Bailey <bbailey(a)argonet.co.uk> Date: 12 Mar 2011
> > In article
<mpro.lhxxmn00000y307vp.news(a)pittdj.co.uk>, David Pitt
> > <news(a)pittdj.co.uk> wrote:
> > >
> > > Like this??
> > > http://www.a4com.de/riscos/46auto/Medium/P9271641.JPG
> ^ ^^^ I wonder
> how this got changed? It took me ages to spot why this link did not
> work, so easy to see what you expect, not what is actually there!
I know exactly how. JPG is not in Brian Bailey's Pluto spell
Perhaps next time he needs to add JPG to his dictionary instead of just
hitting return and taking whatever alteration the program suggests!
That's interesting! It's not the first time it's happened but I don't at
all recall hitting return in either case and hadn't noticed either later.
And, Pluto didn't protest either. However, be assured that JPG is now in
Pluto dictionary as you suggest. Thank you.
Mangled URLs are not uncommon. Going back to the Original posting