Usually, when I create a .rtf file and add content to it that includes images, it automatically changes to .rtfd, but sometimes it stays as .rtf, so when I leave it and return later, all the extra content I added has gone.
The issue will persist for a while (days) then resume normal behaviour. I haven’t changed any settings. Restarting DT and/or my Mac doesn’t help.
Is there a way to create .rtfd, or to force the change?
I’ve been trying a few things and it seems to be dependent on the content. It usually happens when I try to copy the content of an email into a note. If I just add an image it works fine. There must be some odd thing in the email that’s upsetting it. When I try to put the same content into a TextEdit file, it won’t save, and tells me the file name is invalid, but there’s nothing wrong with the file name. The error message only happens when I paste the email into the file.
Please choose Help > Report Bug while pressing the Alt modifier key and send the result to cgrunenberg - at - devon-technologies.com - thanks! Any chance that you could also forward/redirect such an email to the same email address?
Thank you! I was able to delete a few parts of the email, and make it work, but I was just guessing where there might be a problem. It made me think of using the “reveal codes” option in Word Perfect in the 90s to sort out formatting problems!