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I can quote one post but I don't know how to quote more than one poster...
What am I missing?
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You can only "reply with quote" automatically, to one post. All the other quotes must be manually inserted - by cutting and pasting.

You must also add the {quote]xxxxxxxx[/quote] around your pasted quote.
 

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geeman said:
I can quote one post but I don't know how to quote more than one poster...

Example of "reply with quote", above. I have cut the part of the quote I don't want to appear.

Now I will quote the other part...

What am I missing?
You see?

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practice, practice

geeman said:
I can quote one post but I don't know how to quote more than one poster...
What am I missing?
Garry
Still trying to figure it out.

orginall posted by geemanWhat am I missing? [quote/]

Let me see now...

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try, try

Thanks so far but check this post from Mus and see that he has quotes attributed to the author and they all appear in boldface type.
originally posted by geeman italic text
originally posted by shane191145
Now I will quote the other part...

Edited to add By Jove, I think he's got it! Bold text to be pronounced in English (London) dialect.


Thanks again!
 

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Re: Like Mike (or MUS)

geeman said:
Shane,
Thanks so far but check this post from Mus and see that he has quotes attributed to the author and they all appear in boldface type.

http://www.1911forum.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=64036


How'd he do that? Just by
xxxxxx[quote/] and then embolding the text?

Garry
Dear Gary,

Two ways Mus could do it are by either opening another window to the same thread in 1911 Forum, hitting the "quote" button on the posts, and then copying and pasting the whole thing to his new post. Or he could just copy the format for the quotes and copy/paste the text he wants between the quote, italic, and boldface commands. Click on the "quote" button for any post and you'll see the format you need. Hope that this helps. Stay safe, Gary
 

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Cool

Originally posted by GWT
either opening another window to the same thread in 1911 Forum, hitting the "quote" button on the posts, and then copying and pasting the whole thing to his new post.
Good Idea GWT and thanks!

Garry
 
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