With Emacs 22.1.1 (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600) and the longlines provided I find
that when I kill a line and then yank it back (either in the same place, or
somewhere else in the document) I get words fused together.
For example, suppose these are lines broken by a longlines softline break
(where I originally typed a space):
This is an example
of lines broken by
Then if I kill the paragraph or one line and yank it back I might get
`example' and `of' fused together into `exampleof', or perhaps `by' and `a.'
This seems to occur in all the modes I tried, though the problem does
disappear when longlines-auto-wrap is turned off. Is there anything less
extreme I can do?
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