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Typepad Formatting

May 25, 2008
9 Comments

Hey Typepad users…

Has anyone else noticed how this new typepad formatting causes there to be too much spaceing happening between paragraphs?

Anyone know how to fix this?


9 Responses to “Typepad Formatting”

  1. Jim Rogers says:

    Probably have to go into the CSS file and adjust it.

  2. boyd bettis says:

    try holding shift when you press the space bar. that should help.
    are you using firefox or safari?

  3. Ben says:

    The new compose editor is lousy…

  4. Steve McCoy says:

    Don’t know of any way to fix it. I’m frustrated with the new editor as well.

  5. Chris S. says:

    Best way to fix it is by switching to wordpress :-)

  6. Chad Payne says:

    The problem I’m having is that it doesn’t put a space at all between some paragraphs. Overall though, I like the new editor. It works better in Safari. I’m sure they’ll get the bugs out.

  7. Nick Poole says:

    I would have to agree with Chris – WordPress is a lot easier to use, and it’s free!

  8. Anil Dash says:

    Hi Scott, sorry for the frustration! i work with the TypePad team, and we’re happy to help you troubleshoot this. If you want to drop a line to our support team by filing a help ticket (especially if you mention which browser you’re using) we’ll be happy to get you squared away.
    We’ll definitely get the bugs fixed, and thanks for being a TypePad member — we appreciate it!

  9. Jim Mueller says:

    We typically compose using Word, and then paste into TypePad, so haven’t noticed the issue.
    What you’re describing can probably be fixed with a CSS adjustment.
    Try using [CTRL]+[ENTER] between paragraphs, instead of just [ENTER].
    And yes, WordPress would be an excellent ‘solution’– however, you will have issues migrating your data into WordPress.

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