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I contacted Customer Service today and explained the issue to them.
They said they will check on it and get back to me.
When I hear from them I will post it here.
Hopefully they are not too windoze bound to remedy this issue.
Since I run KDE Desktop, I used Kate to change the formatting
from Windoze/DOS to UNIX.
i.e. in Kate:
Edit > Select All
Tools > End of Line >UNIX
then I saved the file.
\of course if you have Backing up of edited files,
you will see a "copy" of the file with "~" attached to the name.
you can delete those files....
Hmmm. you know we could probably write a script to do this automatically..but I am not that far along yet.
Good day.

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