Nahash5150 9,418 Posted November 7, 2020 Author Share Posted November 7, 2020 2 hours ago, AndrewJohn said: When replying, and if clicked on "Quote" link, to quote the poster your reply is closely referring to..., one can't delete the quote, if you change your mind, and don't want to include the post. It used to be that you could highlight the quoted box, and hit the delete key (or so I thought - memory may not be accurate..., but I thought you could in the past). You can delete the text and even edit it, in the quote, but the frame of the included previous poster remains in your reply. Here's an example (albeit in a PM). I tried everything to delete the quote box, but couldn't find away - if it's user error - I'm ready to learn. 😉 You can hit CTRL-Z or the UNDO button in the editor if you quoted by mistake or wish to take it down. You can also click on the banner of the quote box to highlight it then hit the 'delete' key to remove it. 2 hours ago, AndrewJohn said: I noticed that when you right click on the latest "page number" for a thread, to open it in a new tab, it opens the page at the top. and you have to scroll down to the bottom and find the latest posts. I had thought that it would go to the latest, or most recently read by me, post for a thread..., Again, my memory may be off. I just don't recall doing all the scrolling to get to the the post that I haven't read, Or, the latest post that triggered it to show up as recent activity, each time a page of a thread is opened. For example, right clicking on page 8 of this thread, then clicking open in a new tab from the drop down menu, opens to the top of the page, not the most recent post. When you click on a Page Number in a Topic, it always takes you to the first post on that page. The engine can't know if you're looking for 'last unread' or if you're reading through the pages post by post. Some things to keep in mind: 1) There is an 'Unread' button at the top of the page. This button takes the user to the last known unread post in the topic on the present page. If you haven't read any of the posts on that page, the button doesn't show up. 2) The 'End' key takes you right to the bottom of any web page. 3) You can hover on a topic title and the engine will display a pop up with the first and last posts. Click on the Lastest Post tab and you'll be taken directly to the last post in that topic. 4) Design you activity streams around your routine. If you're only interested in Unread content, you can make your own stream to find all unread content since your last visit, in the last 24 hrs, etc, etc, 1 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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