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RoseRed135

Difficulty w/ the Quote option?

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Apparently, as sometimes happens, some members have been having difficulty w/ the Quote function. If you've run into any problems w/ it, please post about them here (as well as any solutions you may have found). If there's a technical glitch involved, hopefully, GP.com can fix it.

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I am able to use the quote function if I log in using chrome.  If using my normal Microsoft browser, I can't use the quote.  The administration is aware and if the one who advised me to use Chrome.

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How do you use the quote function correctly?

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Posted (edited)

11 hours ago, Gramster58 said:

How do you use the quote function correctly?

See my comments below...

If you look on the bottom-left of the post you want to quote, you should see the "Quote" button. If you click it on, the post should appear within a reply box - like the one of yours that I quoted here. Then you should be able to write underneath it like this.  Or you can write on it in another color as I did on the quoted post here.

If you're not sure how to color your type, please let us know. Same if you'd like to know how to quote more than one post at the same time. And, of course, let us know if you try using the Quote function but it doesn't work for you. (As Sue mentions above, sometimes it depends on what browser the member is using.)

Edited by RoseRed135

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