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Should a multi quote button be added?

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Multi quoting

Post by Ryan The Golden Alchemist on May 3rd 2008, 4:41 am

Would it be possible to be able to quote multiple posts when you reply a topic? Invision and vBulletin both have that feature and it comes in very handy sometimes.


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Re: Multi quoting

Post by paor on May 3rd 2008, 9:52 am

please make poll about this question

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Skittles on May 3rd 2008, 11:21 pm

@Ryan The Golden Alchemist wrote:Would it be possible to be able to quote multiple posts when you reply a topic?

I do it manually. By clicking the quote button on the first one, then either using copy and paste for the quote tags, change the name between the " " 's, scroll down the page to topic review, copy and paste the other person you want to quote, and put it all together.

You can also use the quote buttons and add the =" " after the word quote in the first tag.

@Ryan The Golden Alchemist wrote:Invision and vBulletin both have that feature and it comes in very handy sometimes.

To split your quote like this. I copy the entire quote, and paste it the second time in the post, and delete the parts I don't need.

Sure it takes extra work but at least it can be possible.

I am a member on an invision and a vBulletin and have not seen that feature other than what I am doing. Then again I don't post there much, and I may have not noticed or it is fairly new.

@paor wrote:please make poll about this question

Good idea, but first check to make sure this has not already been suggested or it will be locked.

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Ryan The Golden Alchemist on May 4th 2008, 2:17 am

I do that, and its very annoying. Especially when my connection is lagging.

Poll added. Though there is only one correct answer and you all know what it is.

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Skittles on May 5th 2008, 12:50 am

@Ryan The Golden Alchemist wrote:Though there is only one correct answer and you all know what it is.

Excuse me??

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Guest on May 5th 2008, 2:57 am

Poll added. Though there is only one correct answer and you all know what it is.
WOW affraid

As skittles said, there is no need for this becuase all you need to do is make a few quick copy/pastes!

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Ryan The Golden Alchemist on May 5th 2008, 3:27 am

When the connection is lagging its a real hassle.

Besides its a convenient feature, like quick reply and bbcode. And if I may add the forum types like Invision and vBulletin have it. If you're not going to have that feature then why have quick reply or bbcode? Why not just normal reply and use plain html?

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by APE on May 6th 2008, 11:00 pm

i think it will be better aswell i cant stand going to my forums to quote 3/5 chatters at a time and spend like 15 mins doing it it would make it better if we could just have the quote setup for you and no more messing about Neutral

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Alex! on June 1st 2008, 8:56 pm

Yes!!

Its necesary.

Its problematic to quote and then to copy & paste many quotes...

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Just.in..Love on June 3rd 2008, 11:58 pm

absolutely necessary!!!
the past/copy is annoying and antiquated - i mean the mutli quote has been invented, why not add and use it?!

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Guest on June 4th 2008, 12:36 am

NO and I am shaking my head no. But yet it probably will be added

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Birgitte on June 4th 2008, 12:39 am

I vote yes, I need this to. thumright

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by nai kiba on June 4th 2008, 3:21 am

dragonfir731 wrote:
Poll added. Though there is only one correct answer and you all know what it is.
WOW affraid

As skittles said, there is no need for this becuase all you need to do is make a few quick copy/pastes!

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the point for multi quote is to make it easier to quote more then 1 person, if i want to quote 5 people i dont want to copy and past stuff that takes 5 min, when i can just click 5 button's like this

http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u236/dragonman14/Untitled-15.jpg

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Doctor Inferno on June 4th 2008, 6:19 am

yes, if we can have the option of weather to disable or enable it.

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Ambassada on October 9th 2008, 7:13 am

dragonfir731 wrote:
Poll added. Though there is only one correct answer and you all know what it is.
WOW affraid

As skittles said, there is no need for this becuase all you need to do is make a few quick copy/pastes!

Drag~

Yea copy and paste is not such a bad idea. Smile

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by MrMario on October 9th 2008, 5:19 pm

@Skittles wrote:
@Ryan The Golden Alchemist wrote:Though there is only one correct answer and you all know what it is.

Excuse me??

Thats what I do.
So I vote NO!

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by APE on October 10th 2008, 3:09 pm

its aslso a pain in the ass when you have to go round teling your chatters how to do the copy/paste thing if they dont know how to do it like some of my regs there a bit slow (sorry if your in here reading it Regs LOL )
so please make it be soe all the admins sakes LOL

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Walshy95 on October 10th 2008, 5:55 pm

A multi quote feature would be good to have as doing it the other way could only just confuse members and they would just PM the staff and ask how you multi quote. The staff are hard working enough. I vote Yes! Wink

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by VEDO on October 10th 2008, 7:05 pm

Please don't sh't If it's ok it's ok everybody has his opinion and just vote don't post! Thumb down

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Walshy95 on October 10th 2008, 7:32 pm

@VEDO wrote:Please don't sh't If it's ok it's ok everybody has his opinion and just vote don't post! Thumb down

I really don't get what your saying, are you talking to me?! Shocked Hem mwii I wasn't accusing someone just because that they have a different oppinion to me. I also beleive that I said nothing about that.

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by ChadmStraight on October 10th 2008, 7:48 pm

this isnt a very important feature. they have more things to work on. thats why i voted no.
it might come in handy, but so do more important features.

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Re: Multi quoting

Post by Jophy on March 31st 2013, 3:40 pm

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