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Carlos most likely set this list up to be in plain text most likely
due to considerations about blind people reading the messages with
screen readers. He also apparently set it up so that all replies go to
the list and most likely checked thecheckmark which removes other
reply options which is the likely reason for the reply to sender
option not appearing.
I hope that helps.
On 8/27/20, Gene <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm not sure what the problem is. I checcked a message from the NVDA list
and I found the same thing. there is no reply to member link. To me, going
through messages with a screen-reader, it appears to me as though they are
HTML messages and I'm curious how you know they are text. Is it the lack of
formatting or images?
I'll probably write to support about this but, since I've seen this on two
lists, I suspect it is a general problem.
From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 10:19 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Oddity with TechTalk message format - Reported to Group
I don't generally subscribe initially using the individual message option
because I use the web interface, but for each group I do generally turn this
on so that I receive at least a few messages to see exactly what they look
The messages I've received from TechTalk are in plain text format, which is
not the default for Groups.io, and are also missing a number of the standard
footer links that should be there whether the format is plain text or HTML,
the most important of which given recent conversations is the "Reply to
Sender" link, which is entirely absent.
I've never seen this happen before, and I'll check to see if it is happening
on other groups by turning on individual message delivery for them for a
So you're not insane if you're not seeing the Reply to Sender link, because
it's not there, and I'm not insane thinking that it should be there, because
in every other case I've ever dealt with, it is.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.
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