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Post by CherokeeNative on Tue Aug 28, 2012 12:56 pm

Post your "how to's" under this thread.


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Post by Chickenbutt on Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:49 pm

How to Multiquote and Embeding Quotes


Multiquote is for quoting not just one person, but multiple people. Here's how:

STEP 1: Go to the top of a page, and scroll down. As you see people you want to quote, click the Multiquote button that's next to their post. See a post by Islander you like, hit Multiquote. See a post by CN, click her Multiquote button. Etc. Notice how each time you click on someone's Multiquote button, that button turns red. This will show you the various people you have selected to Multiquote. If you clicked a wrong one, just click it a second time to deselect. All the red Multiquote buttons you've pushed will show you the various people you've chosen to quote within your own Reply post.

STEP 2: After you've made your selections... look for these two identical looking buttons that say Post a Reply at the top of the page or the bottom of the page:



Don't click on the first one. Click on the SECOND one (to the right of the one on the left).

A standard reply box will appear with all your selected posts in it. Then you can type in your own comments as usual and Send.

Frankly I've never used the Multiquote feature and find little or no need. But many of you asked, so there you go.

For "snipping" various extracts from an individual poster's comments, instead of their whole lengthy comment, I just click the regular Quote button next to their post, delete the stuff I don't want to quote, and put the exact command shown in red here [/quote] at the end of their partial remark that I want to call out, and at the beginning of the partial remark put their name in place of X's as shown in red here [quote="XXXXXX"]. Repeat those same commands for each "snippet" of text you want to call out from the person's longer post. You can then type your own remarks (without any bracketed commands) in between each of those quoted snippets. As you're editing your way through your post, periodically click the Preview button to see how it will look, and only click Send when it looks like you've done it correctly. Play around with it and you'll get the hang of it. It takes practice and a little trial and error more than anything. USE Preview a lot while you're learning!!! Until you click Send, nobody will see your errors!!!!


Thank you to servatugughp for this.....


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Post by Chickenbutt on Sun Mar 10, 2013 6:16 pm

Thank you Nan.....I deleted the previous post!


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Post by Chickenbutt on Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:22 pm

Add away Nan.....I wouldn't know if it was complicated or not....since I have no idea how to do it. Is there someone you can confer with?


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Post by Chickenbutt on Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:21 pm

No, I am going to leave it. It sounds too complicated for me, but then again, most stuff does...lol
Do you know how to tell if someone's computer has a "snipping tool"?


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Post by Chickenbutt on Mon Mar 11, 2013 12:19 am

I have it too.....
Will have to play with it. Ya know what I like? My computer has little yellow post it notes

ETA: Found under Accessories....Sticky Notes
Just click on it and up pops a little yellow (or a variety of colors) sticky to slap onto your computer screen!


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Post by Chickenbutt on Fri Apr 26, 2013 7:50 pm

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Post by papapi on Fri Apr 26, 2013 8:07 pm

Here's how to use the 'Multi-Quote' function... click on the 'multi-quote' button for each post you want to quote... the button will blush faintly... after all are selected... go to the bottom of the page and click on 'Post Reply'... all the multi-quoted posts should show up in your reply box... where each can be replied to individually... or as a group. Send it!

Voilà!



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