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Strangelet Wave
Nov 6, 2004
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The text field in Gmail is still hosed up; pressing enter goes down two lines instead of one, and trying to navigate the field with home and end makes the cursor disappear and garbles the text. Anyone else having this problem? It's the one thing keeping me from adopting Opera forever and always.

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Strangelet Wave
Nov 6, 2004
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NashAsh posted:

In one of the Opera threads, it was said that the two-line Enter is supposed to be a feature, and that shift-Enter skips only a single-line. I don't know what garbled text problem you're talking about though. Screenshot?

I'm no longer able to reproduce the garbled text problem because I told someone about it. Obviously.

However, two-line enter by default is an incredibly retarded "feature," and I wish to disable it rather than rewiring my muscle memory to use shift-enter. How can I do so?

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