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Sneaky Graemlins within XML

 
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Yesterday, I have noticed that certain XMLs create Graemlins on the fly.
Is it possible to fine tune the Graemlins codes such that they don't sneak in the XML tags?
I posted a reply that needed XML tags, and there it is:

<jsp oBody/> //it is < jsp: doBody/>

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[ September 27, 2005: Message edited by: Esam Ahmed ]
 
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When you reply to a message, at the bottom of the page where you type your reply, is a checkbox to "Disable smilies in this post." That should preserve your code.
 
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Thanks Andrew..
Got it now.

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