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# 138554 8-Jan-2014 15:28
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When I reply to the first post in a thread (or any other time) I can't see the post I'm replying to. That's a standard feature of vBulletin, and would be really handy. Any chance of adding it?

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  # 963360 8-Jan-2014 16:36
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Two options at the moment, use the quick reply so you can scroll up/down if it means you cannot currently see the first post. Or you can quote the original post, then delete it before submitting your reply.



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  # 963388 8-Jan-2014 17:55
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With quick reply you can't insert links and such. You can't quote the first post of a thread.

 
 
 
 


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  # 963393 8-Jan-2014 18:07
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You can quote the topic of a thread after a few replies are posted. We only block the first couple because some people were quoting the whole thing in the first reply - what a waste of bits, bytes and patience.




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  # 963394 8-Jan-2014 18:11
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I tend to start my reply in a new tab so I can refer back to the OP if I need to



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  # 963407 8-Jan-2014 18:16
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I reply in a new tab now too, it's just inconvenient.

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timmmay: I reply in a new tab now too, it's just inconvenient.

Especially on a phone.

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