With reference to rfc.341.ps, headed June 1992:
FORMATTING NOTE: .... in a smaller, italicized, font, and indents it as well
I perceived no such treatment in the document. (picky and petty, but still needs
p22. (last para)
Each positive formatting command affects all.... Thus a proper way to describe
text > in bold italics is:
[... but not]
The following is properly nested, but is it proper useage? if not, why?
Also, to a Mac or Next (et al) implementation the following might make sense:
Apologies if any of these have been covered in the digests, I just spent 15
hours slogging thru the MR digest, and saw no mention of them. WB nice if the
digests adhered to the MIME digest format (ie, had a parseable seperator),
Mailstrom is moveing towards MIME, and we may be able to support digest
creation/viewing in the not too distant future.
Dana S Emery <de19(_at_)umail(_dot_)umd(_dot_)edu>