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Old 02-06-2010, 11:55 AM   #1
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Question Post Reply vs. Quick Reply

Can anyone tell me the difference between Post Reply and Quick Reply?

Also, when I am replying there is a Title section.... what am I supposed to put here? If I'm replying to a post that already has a title, why would I use this title section??

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Post Reply or Go Advanced has more options, like emoticons, attachments, etc.

There is no need to fill in the title section when replying. It's useful if you are answering one part of a long post.
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Old 02-06-2010, 01:24 PM   #3
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I've used the Title section when I'm following up on a question I originated. Maybe I had a issue with something on my rv & asked the members for help. Usually you get more than one reply & more than 1 way to fix/troubleshoot the issue. Once I make my fix I'll reply to my original question & put something like "UPDATE - issue resolved/fixed" in the title & then talk about the fix so members will know what worked for me.

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Just testing Go AdvanceOk I got it now was wondering where the funny fun stuff was?
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Old 02-09-2010, 05:05 PM   #5
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Could someone help, I used to be able to apply emoticons with my posts or replys to other posts. I find that in the last couple of days, I cannot post the emoticons. Must have turned something off, but can't seem to find out what. I have been trying the go advanced mode, icon only appears after the title line.

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Old 02-09-2010, 05:17 PM   #6
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What are you seeing over to the right side in the advanced reply editor?
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Go to your profile and make sure WYSIWYG is selected.

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Message Editor Interface When posting messages to the forums or other members, there are three interface types available to you. The simplest of these is a simple text box, while the last is a fully-fledged WYSIWYG editor, which allows you to format your text as you want it and see the results immediately.

Depending upon the capabilities of your web browser, you may not be able to use all of these options. If you experience problems when posting messages, try switching to a different interface type. Basic Editor - A simple text box Standard Editor - Extra formatting controls Enhanced Interface - Full WYSIWYG Editing Message Editor Interface:
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You nailed it Dirk, thanks ever so much . Someday I hope to get rid of this Vista Operating system and get a Windows 7. My computer sometimes seems to do things on its own, as I did not change edit posts to basic, but that was the problem. Thanks again

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