I'll give that a shot and have a look - since that was the module that I was trying to use initially and which fails on these files, I figured perhaps it wasn't the best place to take code from in this case.

but that is an excellent point, and perhaps it is something as minor as instead of \n\n, it is throwing a \r in there as well since IIRC Windows enjoys those.

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