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Enhancement request: email formatting: restore line breaks

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When a person logs a cache, an email is sent to the cache owner containing the contents of the log. This is excellent, however line breaks are removed. The problem is that sometimes the formatting matters, especially if it contains a listing, for example: a challenge requirement. Line breaks serve to improve readibility, and removing them makes the log harder to read. Yes, I know, I could click on the link and see it in the online log, but it should be an easy task to keep the <br/> tag and replace <p> with <br/> for the email logs.

 

For example, this log:

Driving up to Auckland today gave me the opportunity to pick up a few caches along the way. I qualified for this one recently and so had wanted to come back and claim this cache and another nearby as these two are likely to be the last two I will qualify for from this series for a very long time. Once at GZ, it was a super quick find, sign, and replace before jumping back into the car and continuing on my journey north. TwigNZ has used Project-GC to see if they qualified for this challenge and they did. D: Don't get T'd off! (East Auckland), GC5PN3P, 1.5, found on 2017-12-02 I: In Memory of waiiti20 (Upper Hutt), GC700QE, 2.5, found on 2018-02-25 F: Farming Tanks (Auckland), GC32ZR7, 1.0, found on 2018-01-02 F: Fungi Tree - Hemi Matenga (Kapiti), GC6AJYM, 2.0, found on 2018-02-17 I: ISB.LAARTA (Wairarapa), GC4VK1E, 3.0, found on 2018-06-16 C: CHRISTMAS DELIGHT (LEVIN), GC3B4W8, 4.5, found on 2018-02-06 U: Upstream or Downstream?, GC7N1E9, 5.0, found on 2018-08-11 L: LB.CSATHFW (Wairarapa), GC4VK1F, 3.5, found on 2018-08-11 T: The Spelling Challenge #1: Geonick (Manawatu), GC5DBA2, 4.0, found on 2018-05-17

 

Should look like this:

Driving up to Auckland today gave me the opportunity to pick up a few caches along the way. I qualified for this one recently and so had wanted to come back and claim this cache and another nearby as these two are likely to be the last two I will qualify for from this series for a very long time.

 

Once at GZ, it was a super quick find, sign, and replace before jumping back into the car and continuing on my journey north.

 

TwigNZ has used Project-GC to see if they qualified for this challenge and they did.

D: Don't get T'd off! (East Auckland), GC5PN3P, 1.5, found on 2017-12-02
I: In Memory of waiiti20 (Upper Hutt), GC700QE, 2.5, found on 2018-02-25
F: Farming Tanks (Auckland), GC32ZR7, 1.0, found on 2018-01-02
F: Fungi Tree - Hemi Matenga (Kapiti), GC6AJYM, 2.0, found on 2018-02-17
I: ISB.LAARTA (Wairarapa), GC4VK1E, 3.0, found on 2018-06-16
C: CHRISTMAS DELIGHT (LEVIN), GC3B4W8, 4.5, found on 2018-02-06
U: Upstream or Downstream?, GC7N1E9, 5.0, found on 2018-08-11
L: LB.CSATHFW (Wairarapa), GC4VK1F, 3.5, found on 2018-08-11
T: The Spelling Challenge #1: Geonick (Manawatu), GC5DBA2, 4.0, found on 2018-05-17

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