Quoting posts


#1

I can't quote anymore. When I click on the "quote" button, it's like I am "replying" to a topic only, and the post I intend to quote isn't quoted.

 

Does anyone else have this problem?


#2

I can't quote anymore. When I click on the "quote" button, it's like I am "replying" to a topic only, and the post I intend to quote isn't quoted.

 

Does anyone else have this problem?

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#3

This is my attempt to post your post Doe.


#4

And now trying the "multiquote" button.

 

EDIT: This is on a new PC with Windows 7 Professional and Internet Explorer 11.


#5

And now trying the "multiquote" button.


It seems to work on my phone, but not PC.

#6

And now trying the "multiquote" button.

 

EDIT: This is on a new PC with Windows 7 Professional and Internet Explorer 11.

That is your issue right there.

 

Burn it with fire


#7

Yeah, I was waiting for that response HAP! I'll try with Chrome.


#8

 

And now trying the "multiquote" button.

 

EDIT: This is on a new PC with Windows 7 Professional and Internet Explorer 11.

That is your issue right there.

 

Burn it with fire

 

 

And it works fine with Chrome!


#9

 

 

And now trying the "multiquote" button.

 

EDIT: This is on a new PC with Windows 7 Professional and Internet Explorer 11.

That is your issue right there.

 

Burn it with fire

 

 

And it works fine with Chrome!

 

I had that issue with IE. Firefox works fine.


#10

So if I'm going to migrate over to another browser, why would I choose say Firefox over Chrome?


#11

So if I'm going to migrate over to another browser, why would I choose say Firefox over Chrome?

You probably wouldn't.


#12

 

So if I'm going to migrate over to another browser, why would I choose say Firefox over Chrome?

You probably wouldn't.

 

 

Ok then, why would or choose Chrome over Firefox? Or is than another browser that I'd be better of using?


#13

Its pretty much chrome or firefox and whatever you prefer of the two.


#14

I use Chrome at work and Firefox at home. I don't notice a difference. Firefox even almost looks like Chrome these days.


#15

It’s just a trial. Removing the ability to quote also boosts the effectiveness of the ignore function. Win win ?


#16

you can get it to work by middle clicking the quote button, obviously just opens it in a new tab. 


#17

How do you quote part of a quote or a chain of quotes? You know, when it's really long and you just want to include the last thing that was said?


#18

 

Think I'm getting it.


#19

D'oh no I'm not.


#20

 

 

Ok then, why would or choose Chrome over Firefox? Or is than another browser that I'd be better of using?

 

That was clunky. Gotta be an easier way.