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Topic # 113560 20-Jan-2013 15:02
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It's really hard to trim quotations when it's all strung together as a single line with html <br /> tags littered throughout.

would it be possible to have the quoted text parsed a bit before it's dumped into the textarea, perhaps by replacing <br /> with \n ?




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  Reply # 747818 20-Jan-2013 15:12
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It is only a problem if you are not using the rich text editor. But will look into it.




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  Reply # 747836 20-Jan-2013 16:28
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Alsi can we have quote in personal message replies.

Also I'd like to vote that bringing back URL detection so I don't have to manually add urls.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 747839 20-Jan-2013 16:39
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  Reply # 747840 20-Jan-2013 16:40
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Well I guess if it's nice and short and only contains a few points, but it would be more consistent and easier to quote.

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  Reply # 747844 20-Jan-2013 16:47
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networkn:Also I'd like to vote that bringing back URL detection so I don't have to manually add urls.


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networkn: Also I'd like to vote that bringing back URL detection so I don't have to manually add urls.


BBcode is easy but +1 to this

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  Reply # 747883 20-Jan-2013 18:35
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networkn: Also I'd like to vote that bringing back URL detection so I don't have to manually add urls.


BBcode is easy but +1 to this


Agreed, BBcode *is* easy, but somewhat annoying when it's easy to automatically detect URLs in text and automatically hyperlink them. BBcode is a must when you want to display something else as the link instead of the URL of course.

So yeah, +1 from me as well.




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