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Punctuation problem?

it's a known problem. Simply have Emacspeak speak the
modeline and the problem fixes itself --which is why I've
not bothered fixing it.
>>>>> "Jim" == Jim Rebman <James.Rebman@Colorado.EDU> writes:

    Jim> I don't know if anybody else has noticed this, but
    Jim> if I have punctuation set to all, and then use the
    Jim> C-e t command to get the current time, the
    Jim> punctuation mode is reset to "some".  Is there an
    Jim> easy way to correct this(speaking as somebody who
    Jim> is not a lisp programmer).

    Jim> -- Jim

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