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    On the old board I was able to just copy and past the weekly Music Week chart analysis and all the paragraph spacing was in place. However when I copy and pasted the analysis last Friday the article was a bit of a mess:

    Charts analysis: Ariana Grande scores easy second week at summit

    by Alan Jones

    After recording the highest sale of any song for 83 weeks in the previous frame, Ariana Grande’s fourth No.1, 7 Rings, racks up an easy second week atop the singles chart but suffers a 31.76% dip in consumption to 86,143 units (including 78,114 from sales-equivalent streams).
    Its lead over Sweet But Psycho – No.2 for Ava Max for the fifth time in total and second time in a row – is reduced from 96.94% to 45.61%, as the latter is subject to a lesser 7.71% fall in consumption to 59,160 units.
    Mabel reached No.8 with her debut hit Finders Keepers (feat. Kojo Funds) in 2017, and surpasses that for the first time since, with Don’t Call Me Up advancing from its debut position of No.11 to No.7 (34,981 sales), while her recently expanded mixtape Ivy To Roses dents the Top 40 of the album chart for the first time, climbing 42-34 (2,284 sales).
    Thirty-four last Monday, rapper J Cole scores his 11th hit in total and his first Top 10 entry with Middle Child (No.9, 27,972 sales), which is likely the first single from his upcoming album The Fall Off.
    Scottish singer/songwriter Lewis Capaldi scores his first Top 10 hit with Someone You Loved climbing 13-10 (26,717 sales).
    There’s a new peak for Giant, which strides 5-4 (46,297 sales) for Calvin Harris & Rag’n’Bone Man, while Sam Smith & Normani’s Dancing With Strangers sees sales increase again but remains at No.3 (51,294 sales).
    The rest of the Top 10: Wow (4-5, 43,102 sales) by Post Malone, Nothing Breaks Like A Heart (6-6, 39,571 sales) by Mark Ronson feat. Miley Cyrus and Sunflower (7-8, 34,233 sales) by Post Malone feat. Swae Lee.
    Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next spent 12 weeks in the Top 10, six of them at No.1, but falls victim to ACR, dipping 8-22 (15,878 sales). Also out of the Top 10 are Play (10-12, 24,204 sales) by Jax Jones and Years & Years and Gun Lean (9-13, 21,628 sales) by Russ.
    From the film Alita: Battle Angel which has still yet to be fully released, Swan Song is the new song from Dua Lipa. Debuting at No.25 (15,232 sales), it is her 11th chart hit.
    London rapper Yungen scores his fourth hit with Comfortable, which features former N-Dubz star Dappy, and debuts at No.32 (13,017 sales). Yungen’s simultaneously released second mixtape/album, Project Purple – on which it features -debuts short of the Top 75 album chart, at No.96 (1,305 sales).
    Little Mix rack up their 30th hit in all, and sixth Top 75 entry from current album LM5 with Think About Us (No.34, 12,726 sales). The single version features Ty Dolla $ign, whose endeavours earn him a ‘featuring’ credit and supply his 11th chart entry.
    Californian singer/songwriter Lauv’s debut hit, I Like Me Better, spent 10 weeks in the Top 75 last year, although it never advanced beyond No.58. His second hit, I’m So Tired…, is a collaboration with, and the sixth hit for Troye Sivan, and debuts higher than his first single peaked, at No.43 (10,733 sales). I Like Me Better’s slow burn success have helped it to secure consumption of 367,728 units, more than many Top 40 hits.
    After falling from its debut position of No.13 to No.29, Hello My Love - their first new single in more than seven years – rallies to No.20 (16,407 sales) for Westlife after the release of a new acoustic version. It reached No.2 in their native Ireland.
    Propelled by streaming of their new No.1 album, Mother Tongue debuts at No.68 (7,518 sales) for Bring Me The Horizon, while Medicine – No.42 three weeks ago – bounces 83-48 (10,423 sales).
    The seventh and final Top 75 debut is Desire (85-74, 8,222 sales) by Sub Focus & Dimension.
    Going Bad advances 18-15 (18,382 sales) for Meek Mill feat. Drake, finally eclipsing the No.17 position in which it debuted eight weeks ago. It was merely the most-liked song on Meek Mill’s album Championships at that point, but is now a popular hit single in its own right, with 20 plays from Radio One in the latest frame.
    There are also new peaks for: Options (12-11, 25,679 sales) by NSG feat. Tion Wayne, Leave Me Alone (37-30, 13,186 sales) by Flipp Dinero, Saturday Nights (34-31, 13,082 sales) by Khalid, Swervin (41-38, 11,757 sales) by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie feat. 6ix9ine, Nights Like This (52-40, 11,454 sales) by Kehlani feat. Ty Dollar $ign, Breathe (62-55, 9,512 sales) by CamelPhat x Cristoph feat. Jem Cooke and Look Back At It (73-65, 8,114 sales) by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
    Overall singles sales are up 0.17% week-on-week at 17,315,485, 8.04% above same week 2018 sales of 16,027,423. Paid-for sales are up 1.94% week-on-week at 792,647, and are 29.34% below same week 2018 sales of 1,121,823. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 287th week in a row.




    As can be seen all of the spacing between the paragraphs has gone. Is there anything (other than manually pressing the return key to insert a break between paragraphs) I can do to reinsert the spacing?

  • #2
    [MENTION=123]Robbie[/MENTION]
    Try to disable the "A/A" function (button on the very left hand side).
    And insert the article's body as "copy & paste as text"
    trebor's - 2016 in Country Music
    trebor's - 2015 in Country Music

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    • #3
      Originally posted by trebor View Post
      @Robbie
      Try to disable the "A/A" function (button on the very left hand side).
      And insert the article's body as "copy & paste as text"
      Where's the option to copy and paste as text? I can't find it.

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      • #4
        Try left click on mouse and see if you have it there if you can't find the option on post edit tools. Or try Ctrl+Shift+V.
        I have received many gifts from God,
        but this is the first time I have ever received a gift from a goddess
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        Don McLean on Madonna's version of American Pie

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        • #5
          Charts analysis: Ariana Grande scores easy second week at summit

          by Alan Jones

          After recording the highest sale of any song for 83 weeks in the previous frame, Ariana Grande’s fourth No.1, 7 Rings, racks up an easy second week atop the singles chart but suffers a 31.76% dip in consumption to 86,143 units (including 78,114 from sales-equivalent streams).

          Its lead over Sweet But Psycho – No.2 for Ava Max for the fifth time in total and second time in a row – is reduced from 96.94% to 45.61%, as the latter is subject to a lesser 7.71% fall in consumption to 59,160 units.

          Mabel reached No.8 with her debut hit Finders Keepers (feat. Kojo Funds) in 2017, and surpasses that for the first time since, with Don’t Call Me Up advancing from its debut position of No.11 to No.7 (34,981 sales), while her recently expanded mixtape Ivy To Roses dents the Top 40 of the album chart for the first time, climbing 42-34 (2,284 sales).

          Thirty-four last Monday, rapper J Cole scores his 11th hit in total and his first Top 10 entry with Middle Child (No.9, 27,972 sales), which is likely the first single from his upcoming album The Fall Off.

          Scottish singer/songwriter Lewis Capaldi scores his first Top 10 hit with Someone You Loved climbing 13-10 (26,717 sales).

          There’s a new peak for Giant, which strides 5-4 (46,297 sales) for Calvin Harris & Rag’n’Bone Man, while Sam Smith & Normani’s Dancing With Strangers sees sales increase again but remains at No.3 (51,294 sales).

          The rest of the Top 10: Wow (4-5, 43,102 sales) by Post Malone, Nothing Breaks Like A Heart (6-6, 39,571 sales) by Mark Ronson feat. Miley Cyrus and Sunflower (7-8, 34,233 sales) by Post Malone feat. Swae Lee.

          Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next spent 12 weeks in the Top 10, six of them at No.1, but falls victim to ACR, dipping 8-22 (15,878 sales). Also out of the Top 10 are Play (10-12, 24,204 sales) by Jax Jones and Years & Years and Gun Lean (9-13, 21,628 sales) by Russ.

          From the film Alita: Battle Angel which has still yet to be fully released, Swan Song is the new song from Dua Lipa. Debuting at No.25 (15,232 sales), it is her 11th chart hit.

          London rapper Yungen scores his fourth hit with Comfortable, which features former N-Dubz star Dappy, and debuts at No.32 (13,017 sales). Yungen’s simultaneously released second mixtape/album, Project Purple – on which it features -debuts short of the Top 75 album chart, at No.96 (1,305 sales).

          Little Mix rack up their 30th hit in all, and sixth Top 75 entry from current album LM5 with Think About Us (No.34, 12,726 sales). The single version features Ty Dolla $ign, whose endeavours earn him a ‘featuring’ credit and supply his 11th chart entry.

          Californian singer/songwriter Lauv’s debut hit, I Like Me Better, spent 10 weeks in the Top 75 last year, although it never advanced beyond No.58. His second hit, I’m So Tired…, is a collaboration with, and the sixth hit for Troye Sivan, and debuts higher than his first single peaked, at No.43 (10,733 sales). I Like Me Better’s slow burn success have helped it to secure consumption of 367,728 units, more than many Top 40 hits.

          After falling from its debut position of No.13 to No.29, Hello My Love - their first new single in more than seven years – rallies to No.20 (16,407 sales) for Westlife after the release of a new acoustic version. It reached No.2 in their native Ireland.

          Propelled by streaming of their new No.1 album, Mother Tongue debuts at No.68 (7,518 sales) for Bring Me The Horizon, while Medicine – No.42 three weeks ago – bounces 83-48 (10,423 sales).

          The seventh and final Top 75 debut is Desire (85-74, 8,222 sales) by Sub Focus & Dimension.

          Going Bad advances 18-15 (18,382 sales) for Meek Mill feat. Drake, finally eclipsing the No.17 position in which it debuted eight weeks ago. It was merely the most-liked song on Meek Mill’s album Championships at that point, but is now a popular hit single in its own right, with 20 plays from Radio One in the latest frame.

          There are also new peaks for: Options (12-11, 25,679 sales) by NSG feat. Tion Wayne, Leave Me Alone (37-30, 13,186 sales) by Flipp Dinero, Saturday Nights (34-31, 13,082 sales) by Khalid, Swervin (41-38, 11,757 sales) by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie feat. 6ix9ine, Nights Like This (52-40, 11,454 sales) by Kehlani feat. Ty Dollar $ign, Breathe (62-55, 9,512 sales) by CamelPhat x Cristoph feat. Jem Cooke and Look Back At It (73-65, 8,114 sales) by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

          Overall singles sales are up 0.17% week-on-week at 17,315,485, 8.04% above same week 2018 sales of 16,027,423. Paid-for sales are up 1.94% week-on-week at 792,647, and are 29.34% below same week 2018 sales of 1,121,823. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 287th week in a row.

          Music Week

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          • #6
            Hurrah! I used Ctrl+Shift+V

            Thanks for the help trebor and beredy.

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