Re: very good news about audio conversion soft ware
When replying, the issue does not exist. I don't see any odd characters in the place of spaces. I am sure it is something to do with just how Thunderbird is rendering his original messages. I have seen this a few times with some individuals located in foreign countries, so maybe it could be something to do with a font type.
On 5/4/2016 3:15 PM, Gene wrote:
I should alter what I said. I should say that, in reading the messages quoted under yours, I didn't have any problems reading the first two or three. I didn't read further. According to Ron's message, others appear to have problems reading one of these messages in their original form. Unless the problem is solved, what happens if you issue the reply command and try to read the message? Gene ----- Original Message ----- From: Ron Canazzi Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2016 12:21 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [nvda] very good news about audio conversion soft ware Hi Rosemarie, I hear that oddity with his messages too. What is happening is that the spaces between words are some sort of unrecognizable character--unrecognizable to screen readers and certain synthesizers I would guess. I think it may be because he is sending his messages from an IPhone or other IOS device. It is interpreting his spaces between words as some sort of character. On 5/4/2016 12:58 PM, Rosemarie Chavarria wrote: Hi, David, This message sounds so strange--like it's in a foreign language. Rosemarie On 5/4/2016 2:18 AM, David Moore wrote: There is a program called unchecky that will allow you to install any software without any adds, or any unwanted software getting downloaded with what you want. Free Make might download and install better if you install the unchecky software. Just do a Google search for unchecky. Take care. -----Original Message----- From: Ben J. Bloomgren Sent: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 3:23 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [nvda] very good news about audio conversion soft ware How do you issue that command? Do you put it after the extension or before it? Ben On May 4, 2016, at 00:16, Shaun Everiss <sm.everiss@...> wrote: freemake does have opencandy in it though you will have to do a /nocandy on the installer so it does not load with adds. On 4/05/2016 5:55 p.m., David Moore wrote: Hi, If you want to convert a file into different formats. Free Make video converter is your ticket. It is free and very accessible. www.freemake.com/free_video_converter 1.. Cached 2.. Similar Freemake Video Converter converts video between 500+ formats and gadgets free! Convert to MP4, MP3, AVI, MKV, iPhone, Android. ... Freemake Video Converter supports all popular and rare formats: MP4, AVI, MKV, WMV, MP3, DVD, 3GP, SWF, FLV, HD, MOV, RM, QT, Divx, Xvid, TS, MTS, Fraps . Also, There is a website where you can upload your file and have it converted into many different formats: www.convertfiles.com There are two great options for you. Free make is very powerful, and the convertfiles web site is good as well. I wish you the best. From: Bobby Sent: Tuesday, May 3, 2016 9:25 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [nvda] very good news about audio conversion soft ware no I don't mean rip I mean converting audio that I record or down load from the internet. I don't know whare or how to add files to convert. On 5/3/2016 9:04 PM, Robert Mendoza wrote: Once the Windows media player opens pressed the Control plus 3 to change it to suggestion view panel. Then, right-click and arrow down to select the More Option. Tab till you reach tab panel that says Rip Music. then, select the preferred settings or conversion to rip your music into different format like mp3, wma, and so on. Robert MendozaOn 5/4/2016 8:25 AM, Bobby wrote: Well I just learned some thing new. I never you could convert audio windows media player I only new you can rip with it. Can you please tell me ware the convert option is on windows media player because I can't find that option at all. On 5/3/2016 7:16 PM, Patrick Le Baudour wrote: Hum, if it's for converting into mp3 or wma, windows media player does it, no need for anything else... and having never used iTunes, i have no idea of what it can or can't do, I thought it was mainly for buying music from apple. -- Patrick Le 03/05/2016 à 23:14, Christopher-Mark Gilland a écrit : Goodness gracious, yall! Why not just use ITunes to rip for crying out loud! Is it mainly because ITunes doesn't support the formats you all wanna rip into? If so, then OK, point taken, but otherwise... really? --- Christopher Gilland -- They Ask Me If I'm Happy; I say Yes. They ask: "How Happy are You?" I Say: "I'm as happy as a stow away chimpanzee on a banana boat!"
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