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[tex]
blblabla
ggggggggggggggggggg
blablabla
ffffffffffffffffffffffffff
fffffffffffffffffffffffff
ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd


blablabla


blablabla

[/tex]

Notice the text going overboard.
The actual text is shown as bitmap. Probbably some bug in whatever software transforms text to bitmap.

That above is this in wrapped in a "tex" tag:
(TEX)
blblabla
ggggggggggggggggggg
blablabla
ffffffffffffffffffffffffff
fffffffffffffffffffffffff
ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd


blablabla


blablabla
(/TEX)
Same happens with IE and firefox.

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No, it's intended. :) TeX is a markup language meant to output mathematical formulas. Hard line breaks are stripped from our TeX rendering system.

If someone is trying to write a complex mathematical formula, it would not make sense for hard line breaks to randomly be inserted because of the width of the DaniWeb layout. Additionally, because TeX markup is translated into a GIF image, there is no concept of browser-rendered soft returns.

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On second thought ... there *IS* a workaround to this, but ... umm ... it's up to blud. :)

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ppl should know not to use tex tag like here.

Edit: Wait a minute.. someone removed the tags

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TeX tags removed. When you come across something like that, report the post so a mod can fix it :)

That typically doesn't happen b/c you kinda have to know tex code exists to use it. There's no button on the wysiwyg editor for it since it's intended for advanced users.

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