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Jan Cumps
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I tried to post a url from Ask Tom to a post, and it's rejected by the JavaRanch Abbreviations filter. No abbreviation was used in my post.
We're sorry, but your post appears to contain abbreviations....


This is the link:


Post succeeds if you put it in a code block. Would be nice if the abbreviations filter ignored URL blocks too.
[ December 11, 2008: Message edited by: Jan Cumps ]

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Jan,
That sounds like a good feature. We'll put it on the list to implement in the near future. Maybe in a few weeks.


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