Mar. 11th, 2010

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Our nation's agriculture policy in a simple graphic:
http://www.pcrm.org/magazine/gm07autumn/health_pork.html
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I often need to copy text from adobe pdfs and paste it into other programs (Word, Mozilla), and something that happens in Windows XP is that when pasting words containing ligatures* ("fi", "fl", and presumably other ligatures that are less common) an extra space gets added after the ligature in the pasted =document: eg, I copy "efficacy" and it becomes "effi cacy". Is there a way to turn this off so I don't have to waste time deleting these extra spaces?

*this is a new vocab word for me... just learned it when trying to google for this problem.

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