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Author: TwoCybers Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 4861  
Subject: Re: Question Date: 9/8/2012 9:29 AM
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Ok lets start this all over - we are having a communication problem.

In your original post, you wrote there is no way (that I've found) to scroll through a response to review or edit it. If you use your finger, the whole box moves up or down but not the overflow text within the box.

For purposes of this reply, assume the iPad reply box will allow display of X lines of text. Further assume you have created a reply with X+15 lines of text. I took those words to mean, you can move the box in which you enter text up and down on the iPad screen. But you could not see the first 15 lines of text. (Obviously if you cannot see text on the iPad screen, you cannot edit the text - as far as I know at least.)

My previous response was to this issue.

In your second post in this thread, you wrote but the issue is how do you edit text that is no longer displayed in the box.

It is not possible to edit text on an iMac, PC or an iPad that you cannot see. By the method in my previous reply, you can see the first 15 lines of text. When you see any text on your iPad (inside the box obviously) you can edit it just like any other text is the email app or Pages or the Address Bar of a browser.

In your second post, are you saying you do not know how to edit text entered in TMF's reply box generally?

Gordon
Atlanta
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