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Rich TEXT on iPhone??

4 posts in Trial Discussion Last posting was on 2009-08-27 21:14:08.0Z
Steve Posted on 2009-08-20 14:36:02.0Z
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Subject: Rich TEXT on iPhone??
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All the email received are in Plain Text. I read in other
post that "The HTML content currently gets replaced by rich
text.
Expect to see full HTML support in a future release"
We do not see BOLD, Color, Font SIZE, Image, etc...

Rich Text should support the above, am i right?
Is it a limitation only for iAnywhere running on the iPhone
which seems to be Plain text only?


Bryan Whitmarsh - Sybase PM Posted on 2009-08-24 22:24:04.0Z
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Rich TEXT support isn't available in the currently posted iAnywhere Mobile
Office App Store build.

<Steve> wrote in message news:4a8d5f52.196d.1681692777@sybase.com...
> All the email received are in Plain Text. I read in other
> post that "The HTML content currently gets replaced by rich
> text.
> Expect to see full HTML support in a future release"
> We do not see BOLD, Color, Font SIZE, Image, etc...
>
> Rich Text should support the above, am i right?
> Is it a limitation only for iAnywhere running on the iPhone
> which seems to be Plain text only?


Steve Posted on 2009-08-27 20:34:09.0Z
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Does it means you already created a release that support it?
When can I expect it to be available on the App Store? Or
where can I download it to try?

> Rich TEXT support isn't available in the currently posted
> iAnywhere Mobile Office App Store build.
>
> <Steve> wrote in message
> > news:4a8d5f52.196d.1681692777@sybase.com... All the
> > email received are in Plain Text. I read in other post
> > that "The HTML content currently gets replaced by rich
> > text. Expect to see full HTML support in a future
> > release" We do not see BOLD, Color, Font SIZE, Image,
> etc... >
> > Rich Text should support the above, am i right?
> > Is it a limitation only for iAnywhere running on the
> > iPhone which seems to be Plain text only?
>
>


Bryan Whitmarsh - Sybase PM Posted on 2009-08-27 21:14:08.0Z
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Not available for testing yet. Look for it after 5.7 is released.

<Steve> wrote in message news:4a96edc1.3d9e.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Does it means you already created a release that support it?
> When can I expect it to be available on the App Store? Or
> where can I download it to try?
>
>> Rich TEXT support isn't available in the currently posted
>> iAnywhere Mobile Office App Store build.
>>
>> <Steve> wrote in message
>> > news:4a8d5f52.196d.1681692777@sybase.com... All the
>> > email received are in Plain Text. I read in other post
>> > that "The HTML content currently gets replaced by rich
>> > text. Expect to see full HTML support in a future
>> > release" We do not see BOLD, Color, Font SIZE, Image,
>> etc... >
>> > Rich Text should support the above, am i right?
>> > Is it a limitation only for iAnywhere running on the
>> > iPhone which seems to be Plain text only?
>>
>>