Reached ticket number 1000 recently…
Here’s my problem though:
I’ve a html form which sends a request to RT upon submission.
The RT owner then reviews the request, and uses the comment function, for
that ticket, to forward the mail to a third party. The mail is a template which
the third party uses to work from.
The third party has been complaining that the templates are double spaced.
I’ve looked at the transaction files, and discovered a discrepancy.
The original request content is perfectly formatted, with no double spacing.
The comment content however, has a ^M at the end of each line.
I’m thinking that the following is happening:
- When one clicks comment, the original comment is displayed in a textarea.
- Once submit is clicked, a ^M is added to each line by the browser, before
being processed by RT.
- Then, when the third party reads it, presumably on Windoze, the double
Does this sound plausible? Or is RT/sendmail adding the ^M?
If it is the browser, any suggestions for a fix? Create my own “Send so Windoze
readers are happy” button to go alongside the comment & reply ones?