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FINALLY! SUCCESS! Thanks to a previous comment, it led me to this.....highlight the text on the top line of the text box, right click to format text box, choose text box on the top tab and change INTERNAL MARGIN to TOP=0.


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Vim supports modelines. To force coloring the file as conf (erichui's answer), put the following line at the end or beginning of your file: # vim: syntax=conf This sets vim's internal variable syntax to conf. Note: you could also set filetype (ft) instead of syntax.


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In Thunderbird 45+ you could change between "Paraghraph" and "Body Text" style from Tools -> Options (Preferences) -> Composition -> Check/Uncheck the following option: "When using paragraph format, the enter key creates a new paragraph"


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Normal Windows shortcuts will get you part of the way. Suppose you're in the middle of a word, as in your first screenshot. Ctrl+Left takes you to the beginning of the current word or moves back a word. Ctrl+Shift+Right will select until the next space, in effect selecting an entire word. (You can press that multiple times to keep selecting more words.) Of ...


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This is a very simple solution: sed -E 's/\s+/\t/g' your_file > new_file sed basically works in this manner (sed 's/old_pattern/new_pattern/g'). In this case the old pattern is "\s+" which means find space "s" one or more time "+" and the back slash "\" to interpret that as regular expression. The new pattern is tab "\t" which is written in regular ...



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