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icypixels says

Your response was epic! :D

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sevenspark Moderator says

Really, people? \\

Possibly a font/character translation issue?

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Parallelus says

It’s an email etiquette issue. Most people don’t have any.

I always feel weird not addressing emails with an introduction and ending with some type of salutation. It feels too much like a text message when you just type your comment. I also think emails come across as rude without these things, like answering the phone saying, “What?”

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Prothemeus says

Good call but why is .xml showing? I do see the comma’s and punctuation so perhaps I can file this under ‘Prothemeus Bloopers’.

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sevenspark Moderator says

Good call but why is .xml showing? I do see the comma’s and punctuation so perhaps I can file this under ‘Prothemeus Bloopers’.

Haha my best guess is that the non-latin characters used for the file name aren’t valid for this font or perhaps the database (maybe they’re not unicode?), but that the file suffix, xml, has to be in latin characters to be compatible with programs that open .xml files. But honestly I have no real idea and it’s still very random and funny :P

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Prothemeus says

That’s what I’m thinking now as well, never had this before! Thanks for the heads up, Sevenspark!


It’s an email etiquette issue. Most people don’t have any. I always feel weird not addressing emails with an introduction and ending with some type of salutation. It feels too much like a text message when you just type your comment. I also think emails come across as rude without these things, like answering the phone saying, “What?”

Totally agree.

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