In my posts I like to use fieldboxes titled as my characters name, but lately when I try making a fieldbox (or a standard border for that matter) it automatically breaks it and continues the border in a second and sometimes third section. [See this post for a visual] At first I assumed the images were interfering with the code but right now I have an issue with the same breaking up happening with just text. When I try to edit the post to fix this I see that a nother set of [/ solid ] and [ solid ] or fieldbox codes have been added where the breaks can be seen and I try to remove these to prevent the problem but it automatically adds them back. Here is another example copied and pasted from a post I am writing right now...No need to read the post but just look ad the fieldbox. I have only typed code for one fieldbox. Belyavor OrminaiSeeing the massive dragoon take a set relaxed Belyavor, the grip on his sword loosened. The tension in the air was so thick he could feel it on his skin, tugging at his hairs begging him to leave, but he refused to leave. "Var," he whispered silently, "Any theories?" Shortly after he gave silent words, a massive Esper and what seemed to be another halfbreed walked in. Normally the sword the Esper carried would have bothered Belyavor, but he knew that Espers liked their weapons. Var was over there still holding his spear in his hand and pointing it to the ceiling. It was rare to see Var drop his spear unless he was tailoring. Belyavor had suggested many times in the past to Var that he should give himself legs, but Var always responded by saying that he couldn't do that, Espers may not modify or repair their own bodies. That was why they were suits of armor, the Esper were a durable race, possibly the hardest to kill.Belyavor Orminai Still, Beyavor sized up everyone in the room. So far the ones that would prove to be a threat were the Dragoon, the giant Esper, and perhaps the Kindred that came in. Dragoons as a species were ferocious, especially when angry, and this one in particular was a sizable foe. Sure, Belyavor could use wind magic, but nothing to blow over that much force. Judging from the sword he was extremely strong, a sword so large that Belyavor certainly would barely even get it off the ground. Comparatively it made his sword look like a glorified kitchen knife. He'd keep his eye on that one. The rather tall Esper had a decent sized sword as well, and as Espers don't fatigue it probably used the sword well. Espers were tough and sturdy, this one was not like Var in that it was a fully closed casing. He would be easier to strike but harder to break, and again his wind was not powerful enough to do anything to something of that size. Still, the menacing look of the Esper actually put Belyavor at ease as counter intuitive as it may have seemed. It was simple, the intimidating look of him made him certain that should anyone want to start a fight here then they would be turned off that idea by looking to the threats they would have to face. For now he released his drip from the handle of his sword and put it at his side. As for the Kindred that had just walked in, she did not look like much but that was the Kindreds biggest advantage. Physically they were not impressive, but if they wanted to they could sue their magic to devastate any opponents they may have. Thankfully his sword could cut magic, so he was not afraid.