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Since we are in stupid question mode.

On Thu, 2010-12-16 at 16:06 -0500, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> I have a couple of web sites that I need to manage (because I can't talk
> anyone else into it). One web site is relatively small, and was created
> by FrontPage. What I would like to do is to use Kompozer to help me work
> with the site. There are a few pages on the site that need some
> maintenance now and then. The problem with using emacs or vi is that
> there are a lot of non-breaking spaces that were generated by FrontPage.

That should be an easy fix: just seach-and-replace all <Winblow-1252>
non-breaking space characters with "& nbsp ;" (remove two spaces).



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