Re: Format question

Would you shoot me if I said they're to indicate the beginning and end of a block quote? A block quote is an extended quotation encompassing more than a few lines. It has nothing to do with sighted people as such.

You can turn voicing of block quote information off in the configuration manager, HTML options, text tab.

Bruce

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On Fri, 14 Oct 2005, AB7HW Dick Lee Chrisman wrote:

Hello Group
I wonder what the use of
Block quote start
and
Block quote end
are fore, can you set up JFW to skip over them? What are this for, I know it is for a sighted user, but what is the purpose?
What does it do to the message, there must be a reason, how would you put them into the document?
This is JAWS related because if they are of no use I will use JAWS to just remove or camouflage them.
Dick


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