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Ok, this is kind of game writeing I guess, because it is for a game. In the middle of the storry, it does this wiered thing for about a page, and I want to know if there is a way to change this back to regular text, oh, sorry about the spelling errors, I think I spelt wiered wrong. mì¥Á G ¿ Š bjbjŽÙŽÙ "æ ì³ ì³ † ÿÿ ÿÿ ÿÿ ] Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø      ì¥Á G ¿ Š bjbjŽÙŽÙ "æ ì³ ì³ † ÿÿ ÿÿ ÿÿ ] Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø      What the hell is that stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can someone help me, please? Thanks, Adam

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What game? What platform? What is the game publisher''s tech support email address? Maybe it is a game YOU are writing and you are hitting a glitch?

I''m not trying to sound unhelpful, I just need a little more information. If it''s someone else''s game you''ll have to contact them for support.

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Yeah, what''s the whole story? Is this a word document, or what?

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Ok, sorry, I was a little vauge. I am just doing this for my self, just to show to people, its not really for a game company or anything. But I have been wroking on it for about two years, and I would hate to loose apart of it now. It is a word document, and this is about 1 page of the story.

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Several guesses.... file corruption but then the program should be reporting it as stuffed. Alternatively you have changed the font on that section and then for some reason that font isnt on your system anymore so its got its knickers in a twist.

Have you run a virus check on your system? Sometimes they screw up the files when they are trying to infect them.

Other than those ideas.... Im at a loss, hopefully someone else out there recognises the problem.

Regards

BaelWrath

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and if I can prise it loose,
it''s not nailed down!

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Eek. You could try opening it in a hex editor and seeing if the text is still there.. at least that way you can copy/paste it somewhere safe, then copy/paste back into your document.

Reminds me why I do all my design documents in Notepad

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