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9 years 2 months ago - 9 years 2 months ago #174211 by Adder

Ruminator wrote: how to use quick reply and get that video box for youtube links?


I think the OP might have been for a previous incarnation of the forum, as I do not see any 'Quick Reply' button anymore. For youtube vidz I just copy and paste the URL address into the body of your reply, quite literally like this for example;
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybAUM7KoXco

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9 years 2 months ago #174230 by
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Thanks mate!

I suppose they have switched to a newer template. Even though it doesn't have the quick reply feature(which is really handy imo) it is still pretty cool.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0_GHFK4aJ4

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9 years 1 month ago #176436 by
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nice post

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8 years 9 months ago #193683 by
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Is there any custom BBcode set up for floating an image? It's a good way to wrap text to the side of a signature image and make it take up less space overall.

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8 years 9 months ago #193684 by Edan

CryojenX wrote: Is there any custom BBcode set up for floating an image? It's a good way to wrap text to the side of a signature image and make it take up less space overall.


I don't have the answer to this, but have you seen the size of some signatures? :P (Not looking at anyone in particular... ;) )

It won't let me have a blank signature ...
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8 years 9 months ago #193691 by Proteus

CryojenX wrote: Is there any custom BBcode set up for floating an image? It's a good way to wrap text to the side of a signature image and make it take up less space overall.


Tables are what are typically used in signature bbcode to place objects to either side.

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8 years 9 months ago #193693 by
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Proteus wrote: Tables are what are typically used in signature bbcode to place objects to either side.


Oh ok, thanks. I didn't realize this was possible with bbcode. :blush:

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8 years 2 months ago #215685 by
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I'm having trouble showing that multiple quotes come from member A, as I address each quote, followed by the same thing for member B. In particular the quote="memberA" post=number code. This goes first and that first quote needs to be wrapped in quote-/quote code. So the 2nd quote also needs its own quote-/quote and so on, right?

When quoting member B, I start the quote="memberB" post=number code, followed by quote-/quote references. But I get something wrong as the result

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Entropist wrote: I'm having trouble showing that multiple quotes come from member A, as I address each quote, followed by the same thing for member B. In particular the quote="memberA" post=number code. This goes first and that first quote needs to be wrapped in quote-/quote code. So the 2nd quote also needs its own quote-/quote and so on, right?

When quoting member B, I start the quote="memberB" post=number code, followed by quote-/quote references. But I get something wrong as the result


Yes. when something starts with quote= it has to end with /quote

So if you have (quote="Member A" post=144965) you have to end it with (/quote). that is when you can start typing. then if you want to add in another quote, from another member, you just put (quote="Member B" post=3564) and end that with (/quote) as well.

I'm not sure if that helps you at all

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8 years 2 months ago - 8 years 2 months ago #215694 by Jestor
Its more basic...

Just need:

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[quote="jestor"] this is quote [/quote]

that makes:

jestor wrote: this is quote


That easier?

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