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Jun 23 2013
By: Dead1y-Derri Splicer 40 posts
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Multi Quote - Is it possible?

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Hi,

 

I was wondering if this forum has a multi quote feature? and if so, how does one do it? 

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Re: Multi Quote - Is it possible?

Jun 23, 2013

There is no multiquote feature built into the software.

The easiest way too multiquote is to quote a post, reply to it, copy the quote and reply, go to the next post that you wish to quote, paste the first into the post, then quote the second post and craft reply.

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Re: Multi Quote - Is it possible?

Jun 23, 2013

Dead1y-Derri wrote:

Hi,

 

I was wondering if this forum has a multi quote feature? and if so, how does one do it? 


 


DVM-501 wrote:

There is no multiquote feature built into the software.

The easiest way too multiquote is to quote a post, reply to it, copy the quote and reply, go to the next post that you wish to quote, paste the first into the post, then quote the second post and craft reply.


This is what I do when I multi-quote.  Works like a charm.

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Jun 24, 2013

DVM-501 wrote:

There is no multiquote feature built into the software.

The easiest way too multiquote is to quote a post, reply to it, copy the quote and reply, go to the next post that you wish to quote, paste the first into the post, then quote the second post and craft reply.


Okay, 

 

Sounds like a long way to do things but I understand, thank you for your help. 

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Re: Multi Quote - Is it possible?

Jun 24, 2013

Dead1y-Derri wrote:

DVM-501 wrote:

There is no multiquote feature built into the software.

The easiest way too multiquote is to quote a post, reply to it, copy the quote and reply, go to the next post that you wish to quote, paste the first into the post, then quote the second post and craft reply.


Okay, 

 

Sounds like a long way to do things but I understand, thank you for your help. 


Be warned, if you mess up the HTML at all by using backspace/enter to try and change the lines after it can and will post a blank post on you, just make sure and cut/paste your WHOLE post before hitting post if you are editing in multi-quotes.

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