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Inline XBRL

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Notice Regarding HTML with Long Lines and Duplicate Filings

 

Please be aware that there are two significant issues that are currently affecting filers: a) issues with HTML code generated by software other than GoFiler that can result in data loss if the HTML code contains no line returns; and b) SEC changes to the EDGAR system that are affecting the filing and acceptance response time and performance. The first issue has been addressed in a hotfix for GoFiler, which you can download and install by following the instructions in this notice. The second is not a problem with GoFiler but rather a general problem with the SEC changes to the EDGAR system. More information on that is also available in this notice.

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Posted: July 31, 2020 5:13 pm by The Novaworks Team in Filer News, Novaworks News

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