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Thu 31 Jul 2014, 11:56 AM
One of the challenging aspects of describing issues with Notes/Domino rich text rendering is that there seem to be so many engines. Even on IBM Domino 9.0.1, there are multiple rendering engines that render rich text differently (different ones fail in different ways). See below an example of Notes rich text rendered by three of the different engines, or at least they appear to be different engines given the results. (Traveler may have yet another engine, but these are all built into the core Domino server.) I used screen shots for the Notes content and the iNotes rendering, as I couldn't find any good way to frame them, but the Domino web rendering is happening live and the Domino SMTP rendering is pass through HTML which I captured from an email rendered by the server. (I thought about adding the Midas LSX rendering, but wanted to focus on core Domino.)
 

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