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View Poll Results: Is this thing working?!
Ita vero 1 6.67%
Minime 1 6.67%
Non intellego 1 6.67%
Linguam latinam non amo 0 0%
Salve Regina 12 80.00%
Voters: 15. You may not vote on this poll

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Old Jul 20, '11, 3:35 pm
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Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3.
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Old Jul 20, '11, 4:53 pm
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I'm not voting because you made this as a test .
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Old Jul 20, '11, 5:05 pm
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i dont get it
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Old Jul 20, '11, 5:25 pm
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i dont get it
We're in the sandbox where you can try out things you've never done before and see if they work
 
[tr]
[td]first[/td]
[td]second[/td]
[td]third[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]There's good reason for this[/td]
[td]On the other hand[/td]
[td]Decide for yourself[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Take a bus[/td]
[td]Take the train[/td]
[td]Build your own electric car[/td]
[/tr]

hmm... tables don't seem to work well
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Old Jul 20, '11, 8:57 pm
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We're in the sandbox where you can try out things you've never done before and see if they work
 
[tr]
[td]first[/td]
[td]second[/td]
[td]third[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]There's good reason for this[/td]
[td]On the other hand[/td]
[td]Decide for yourself[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Take a bus[/td]
[td]Take the train[/td]
[td]Build your own electric car[/td]
[/tr]

hmm... tables don't seem to work well

oh my bad
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I'm not voting because you made this as a test .
That's ok, I voted twice!
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That's ok, I voted twice!
I see from your avatar that you are dead. That explains it.

I didn't see any (R) or (D) beside any of the options, however. How did you know which option to vote for?
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I see from your avatar that you are dead. That explains it.

I didn't see any (R) or (D) beside any of the options, however. How did you know which option to vote for?
As they say in Chicago, vote early, vote often!
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Question Quoting more than two posts

I was able to quote two different posts by pressing on 'quote' button, cutting and pasting:


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Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3.
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Check ou this thread:
Awesome Feature: Ignore List

It's pretty easy if you quote only 2 different posts, but what if you want to quote more than two different posts?

The only way I see to be able to do this would be by copy + pasting in a temporary word document.


Any ideas out there?


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It's pretty easy if you quote only 2 different posts, but what if you want to quote more than two different posts?

The only way I see to be able to do this would be by copy + pasting in a temporary word document.


Any ideas out there?


If you scroll down when you are writing the post, you have a list of messages on the current page. If you copy/paste these into your post:

" As they say in Chicago, vote early, vote often! "

Then wrap quote marks around it by highlighting the text and pressing the "quote" button along the top (the sort of beige speech bubble along the toolbar at the top of the the box). Result:

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As they say in Chicago, vote early, vote often!
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pOLL testing..........1 / 2 SALVE REGINA
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it works... SALVE REGINA!!
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Greeting Darran,

Thanks for your answer!

I scrolled down, like you said, to see all messages posted.

This quote I obtained by simply pressing on the little QUOTE button at the bottom right of your message:

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If you scroll down when you are writing the post, you have a list of messages on the current page. If you copy/paste these into your post:

" As they say in Chicago, vote early, vote often! "

Then wrap quote marks around it by highlighting the text and pressing the "quote" button along the top (the sort of beige speech bubble along the toolbar at the top of the the box). Result:
Then, for the next three quotes, I copy pasted the text from the post, added the "quote" code around it, (by selecting, pressing on the quote tool, etc...), and then fiddled a bit in the quote code to include the name of the person posting, and the post number. You see the post number when your arrow is hovering near the post.

Note that it's a bit of work to include the name of the person posting AND the post number, but you get a more polished result!

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That's ok, I voted twice!

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If you scroll down when you are writing the post, you have a list of messages on the current page. If you copy/paste these into your post:

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Originally Posted by Swiss Guy View Post
I'm not voting because you made this as a test .

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Greeting Darran,

Thanks for your answer!
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