paul.springer at sensis.com
Thu Jun 3 07:24:54 CDT 2004
Thanks to all who answered; I can now get the results I was looking for. As
Brian pointed out, the key was
a) use the <p> tag
b) don't try to use the htmlText property in this case.
From: Brian Yennie [mailto:briany at qldlearning.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 6:53 PM
To: How to use Revolution
Subject: Re: html
> If the prompt contains <p> or a start/end tag pair, the
> answer command assumes the text is in the same format as the htmlText
> property. Otherwise, the answer command assumes the text is plain text.
I think this is the part that you missed, albeit maybe a bit obscure:
you _must_ enclose your text in "<p>" and "</p>" in order for it to be
interpreted as html.
So you're doing everything right in the first place, you just need to
enclose your message in those tags.
answer "<p><b>This is the answer!</b></p>"
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