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Old 07-23-2015, 03:09 AM   #21
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Default Re: Any chance that a HTML code will be allowed?

that tool is rather nifty

as said, allowing HTML probably won't be allowed anytime soon, the reason being that it's too easy to abuse html tags to put in code that might make something happen that we all wouldn't want, (like load a pop-under window, or something like that, that might take you to a different site, that hosted malware, and infect your PC.)

and to add a bit more, nobody should let anyone that they just meet on a forum have access to their PC at all, sure, it's easier to just let someone else do something for you, but nobody has their credentials vetted, and just letting someone else take control of your computer could end badly.

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Old 07-23-2015, 02:22 PM   #22
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Default Re: Any chance that a HTML code will be allowed?

Hi root! Windows has a neat feature that records each step of your mouse. It's called PSR. The problem is it uses HTML and I have to convert if to PDF. It would be a lot better as a HTML. I understand why HTML are not allowed and I can live with it.
Thanks for your reply!! Here's example!
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