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#1 SeattlePioneer

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 12:39 PM

Ahhh... so you can start a sub thread by clicking on the active thread...
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#2 AnneinMpls

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 06:34 PM

Explain how you did that please? :)
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#3 SeattlePioneer

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Posted 03 June 2013 - 07:53 PM

Explain how you did that please? :)

Well, you can click on the "comment" option at the bottom of a post.

(flag, quote, COMMENT Like)
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#4 EagleScout441

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Posted 27 August 2013 - 03:51 PM

Explain how you did that please? :)

I think AnneinMpls is referring to creating a Sub-Forum, not a "Sub-Sub-Forum." According to moderator SR540Beaver it is only possible for an administrator to make Sub-Forum. Unless you figured it out, if so, please share how.
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#5 blw2

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 07:46 AM

Explain how you did that please? :)


I think this comment thing can get a little muddy.
I try to keep current with the latest posts, but sometimes the latest post is a comment to a post earlier in the thread. I'm not necessarily going to scroll back up through multiple pages of posts to find the one comment that is new.
Personally, I think comment works if you are commenting about the most recent post..... but if it's an old post, I think using the "quote" option is better. It puts your new post at the bottom of the thread along with the quoted post for reference. Keeps the timeline straight.
I think this is a better approach, but that's just one man's opinion....

What we then need is the ability to quote a comment left in an earlier post.
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#6 EagleScout441

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 03:32 PM

Explain how you did that please? :)


I think this comment thing can get a little muddy.
I try to keep current with the latest posts, but sometimes the latest post is a comment to a post earlier in the thread. I'm not necessarily going to scroll back up through multiple pages of posts to find the one comment that is new.
Personally, I think comment works if you are commenting about the most recent post..... but if it's an old post, I think using the "quote" option is better. It puts your new post at the bottom of the thread along with the quoted post for reference. Keeps the timeline straight.
I think this is a better approach, but that's just one man's opinion....

What we then need is the ability to quote a comment left in an earlier post.

"What we then need is the ability to quote a comment left in an earlier post."
That would be useful.
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#7 JoeBob

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 07:44 PM

What we then need is the ability to quote a comment left in an earlier post.


Eh, testing?
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#8 King Ding Dong

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 08:45 AM

"What we then need is the ability to quote a comment left in an earlier post." That would be useful.

Testing direct editing of comment
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#9 King Ding Dong

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 08:49 AM

"What we then need is the ability to quote a comment left in an earlier post." That would be useful.

Testing direct editing of comment

I mostly use an iPad and it makes this a pia, but you can copy and past the text and use the quote /quote tags to accomplish this. Not ideal. I agree with all of you going back a page and commenting is not a best practice. But things a far better than there were in the spring.
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