kahunacfa,You wrote, When filtered through TMF's Servers, probably Dell, but who knows?, the special combination keystrokes do not always have predictable MF message board renderings. == Simple as that!!!The <Alt>-<keypad> combinations are simple ASCII character codes. The symbols are non-standard (above 127). The feature has been part of the PC BIOS since at least the IBM PC XT. (I used to use it creating DOS apps.) While the BIOS doesn't handle the keyboard in Windows, the standard Windows keyboard drivers have always emulated this functionality for as long as I can recall.So while the problem does make the TMF message board renderings pretty much useless, I'm pretty sure it's all TMF's fault. Probably some programmer or manager trying to save people from themselves...- Joel
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