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What would be handy is if the message you were replying to would be displayed with the textbox that you type the text into. This would be convient for cut and paste purpose. Thanks for a great reference site.
Roger G<br /> <br />Anybody who tries to make anything idiot proof has obviously underestimated the intelligence of an idiot.
Originally posted by Mike Curwen: Or.... use the 'reply with quote' button, which is in the icon bar of each post. it's the open quote and close quote symbol, right beside the 'edit' icon.
Yes it works... and it is smart enough not to include any quotes from the original message. Now that is a problem if the original messge has multiple quotes. My experience is that it only takes the messege after the last last