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#3
Black_Belt_Bertha said:
Heh guys Im new to this - how do I use the multiquote faciilty on this
press quote on your first required comment
copy and paste to word or notepad
press your browsers back button

Black_Belt_Bertha said:
Heh guys Im new to this - how do I use the multiquote faciilty on this
then press quote on any other comments you want use and repeat till you have your desired amount of comments

Well that's how I do it anyway :thumright:
 
#4
Quotes are controlled by a little bit of code called a tag. To quote a piece of text the tag is formed like so but without the spaces [ quote ] text is then added and the tag is closed like this but without the spaces [ /quote ]

If you want to add a username to the quote the tag is opened like so but again without the spaces [ quote="username" ] text can then be copied in here and the tag is closed in the normal way using [ /quote ]

Sounds a little complicated, but in practice it really isnt. One of the best way to see it being used is to click the quote button on a multiquote post and see how the users post is formed.
 
#5
Litotes said:
Black_Belt_Bertha said:
Heh guys Im new to this - how do I use the multiquote faciilty on this
On Second Life or Arrse?


By the way, welcome to the site....

Litotes
Thanks

boney_m said:
Quotes are controlled by a little bit of code called a tag. To quote a piece of text the tag is formed like so but without the spaces [ quote ] text is then added and the tag is closed like this but without the spaces [ /quote ]

If you want to add a username to the quote the tag is opened like so but again without the spaces [ quote="username" ] text can then be copied in here and the tag is closed in the normal way using [ /quote ]

Sounds a little complicated, but in practice it really isnt. One of the best way to see it being used is to click the quote button on a multiquote post and see how the users post is formed.
Heh I think Ive got it - Thanks for the tips guys
 

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