I've tried just about every possible way to get it to format in other programs like e-mail and html but to no avail.
I did learn, after studying what it does wrong, how to fix it. You paste it and then go manually edit each line.
There has to be a better mousetrap! In e-mails, I edit every line, taking the bottom lines and adding each to the upper lines--cutting & pasting each.
Thanks for all the hard work on this though, it is appreciated.
When it comes to the suggestions box, it would be GREAT to have a field box that you can enter a comment or name... for example, I may print 10 different calculations, sometimes just 1 or 2 ingredients changed... or pan dimensions changed... and it would be great to be able to add a comment line or to name that page that we are about ready to print so that we can distinguish it from the last one printed still sitting in the printer outbox/tray. Maybe just the hydration changed a few pct, or the ingredients got rounded to whole gram or tsp or TBS or oz to make it easier to measure it out faster. Or just a name box that we can type into the calculator so we don't have to remember which calculation is which... somewhere where we can put in "Patsy's reverse engineered..." or "fast rise no wait formula" or "sourdough starter formula" or "17x11 sicilian" or "pan pizza type" or "0.115 thickness factor" or anything for that matter.
I have a laptop wired down to an external LCD monitor, then wifi to an old color HP Laser about 4ft tall in the spare bedroom (that becomes the tomato & pepper starting room right around now), then I get the stuff from the printer after x minutes needed to warm up, calibrate, then print, then take all the formulas downstairs to the kitchen and decide what we'll be mixing up today!
This all would help, too, because the computer isn't always near the mixer and digital scale... for many of us, they aren't even on the same floor! You think the calculator is only used on this message board between a few members?
It has become MUCH, MUCH BIGGER THAN THAT!!!