AOL email: Get reply line to stay within boundaries of the letter

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How do I get the reply line to stay within the boundaries of the letter. The sentence just keeps going and not returning when it hits the end of the box? Am using AOL email.

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Windows 8.1, latest ver. of Firefox, 1 year old Lenovo desktop

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It sounds like the textbox used for the entry was coded that way. They probably were not thinking like a user. They shoukd have defined a max length. I have seen the same thing on other sites where it keeps going and going as long as you type. To get around it;  you can always hit enter to force a new line. This way you can read it without having to scroll right and left. 

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Sorry this is not clear, what you asked for? Assuming some email related problems are there. And this is typically inside the email setup/settings. If understood correctly, please come back with email vendor etc. Or check email settings.
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  • n2999c
    When I type a sentence it just keeps going off to the right and does not stay within the boundaries of the email...it just keeps moving to the right and doesn't return automatically when it meets the boundaries of the email itself.  I have checked the email settings and they are fine.  I am using AOL email thru Firefox.  This problem only exists when I am using Firefox...if I use email thru AOL it does work properly.
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