Posted By Semper Vaporo on 02/13/2008 2:03 PM
Posted By SteveC on 02/13/2008 1:16 PM
Posted By chooch on 02/13/2008 8:35 AM
Posted By chooch on 02/13/2008 8:31 AM
Posted By Mike Reilley on 01/09/2008 1:35 PM
Posted By SteveC on 01/09/2008 12:04 PM
That's the way it's worked for me since the new software has been running.
When you used the Quote icon go take a look at the HTML they use a class object and not the < q > tags (i.e. NTForums_quote)
Weird.....the Quote icon DEFINITELY did NOT do the text insertion this morning on my computer. Grelims are about..... Ain't software just wonnerful..........
Now how do I get my response out of the quote box?
Test added page break. Preview shows this works, but I don't think this is the correct way to seperate.
1 - >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
2 - >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Fred, et al:
If you use the Quote icon/link in the header area of the reply that you wish to reply to. Then when the full-text editor window displays.
[*]If the quoted message is long enough not to be completly viewable within the text area of the editor, then use the scroll bar on the right to move all the way to the bottom. [*]When you go to place the cursor/insertion point where you are going to start typing your reply. [*]First, understand that there have already been two blank lines added below the last text of the of the quoted reply that you're answering. [*]If you place the cursor at the end of the line that contains the last line in the quoted text and tap the enter/return key twice you'll be adding the text of your reply to the quote box (i.e. 1 - >>> example above). [*]If you place the cursor at the start of the line directly below the last line in the quoted text then you'll wind up placing your reply within in the quote box (i.e. the 1 - >>> example above). [*]If on the other hand you place the cursor at the start of the second line, thus leaving a blank line between the last of the quoted text and the start of your reply (i.e. the 2 - >>> example above), then your reply will be outside of the quote box. [/list] [/list]
Click anywhere in the text reply box to give it the focus of the keyboard (something you probably have to do anyway) and then hold down the Ctrl (control) key and type the "End" key (Ctrl-End) to put the cursor below the invisible marker that indicates the end of the quoted text. Then type away with your reply text.
Thanks Steve and Charles,
Ctrl-End didn't work for me. The cursor didn't come to this point for whatever reason. I scrolled down and used my arrow key to get to the bottom point. Thanks for the information. I didn't know that there were two blank spaces.