multiple quotes-- HOW?

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  1. cortez

    cortez Registered Member

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    I know how to use and edit a quote but not multiple ones. Any hints?--cortez

    EDIT: I've read LowWaterMark's instructions on quotes and muti quotes but still end up with funny looking posts!
     
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  2. WSFuser

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    Re: mulitple quotes-- HOW?

    I got it to work. Here is an example:

     
  3. cortez

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    Re: mulitple quotes-- HOW?

    It seems that when you quote a person, any quotes they included arent included. Maybe the admins wanted that?
     
  5. Bubba

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    Re: mulitple quotes-- HOW?

    As noted in the below thread in a post made by LowWaterMark concerning "mulitple quotes"....

    Please add multiple quote feature
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    Bubba
     
  6. cortez

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    Re: mulitple quotes-- HOW?

    Test: remark...ect..

    Test: ending remarks..ect..
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    EDIT: This separating of parts of a quote is sufficient for most posts.

    WSFuser: thanks again-cortez

    Bubba: Thanks for the clarification. I hope this post with parts of quotes is not frowned upon. (everything above "EDIT") -cortez
     
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    Re: mulitple quotes-- HOW?

    Just testing...
     
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