Originally Posted by Hydroaxe
Kelly, I do that very often myself to avoid consecutive posts. This is another way to do it:
1. Click quote and reply on your first choice.
2. Type in your reply.
3. Highlight everything in the text box.
4. Right click and select copy.
5. Press the back button.
6. Click quote and reply on your second choice.
7. Click at the end of the text.
8. Type in your reply to that quote.
9. Right click and select paste. Now your previous quote with your reply will be inserted.
10. Press submit reply, or highlight all the text, copy it and repeat from step 5 for a third quote and reply.
Try a test within this thread to see how it goes!
Okay ryan I am quoting you...
You can reply to multiple posts within one reply! If you scroll down below the reply box you will notice that several posts from the thread are listed (in reverse chron order). If you wish to reply to more than one, simply copy and paste the text into the reply, then highlight it and click the wrap quotes button
on the toolbar above.
When you quote and reply, you will see the
Originally Posted by username
code at the front of the post. If you wish to identify each subsequent post, you can insert the "=username" in the quote codes.
Hope this helps!!
Now I am quoting you.....
Originally Posted by clixpix
I just have a quick technical question. When I start a thread, I like to respond to everyone who posts. Is there a way for me to "quote" from different posters within one reply? As it is, I have to "quote and reply" each individually, and I think this makes the thread too long unnecessarily.
Now I am quoting the question..... I hope this works.... it still seems like a lot of work...