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[ale] Line wrap in Mozilla versus shell based email

Dow Hurst wrote:
> Also, I like sticking the little smiley faces, or emoticons, in the text 
> but I have never looked at those in a email client that might not render 
> them.  Do they display in mutt or pine as the usual type of text based 
> emoticons of past fame?  For example, does :-) look like :-)  in mutt or 
> pine?  The first one is a text based colon, dash, and right parentheses 
> while the second is a standard smiley face from the menu in Mozilla.  

IIRC, Mozilla is just mapping :-) and the rest onto graphics during display, and 
does not alter the ASCII text.  Empirical tests (just changed that flag) shows 
that your ASCII :-) displayed as the yellow smiley face.

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