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Topic # 84155 25-May-2011 21:17
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Just wondering why i cant use the link feature to post links? is it a paid feature or something?




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  Reply # 474165 25-May-2011 21:19
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When posting a topic or reply look at the bottom of the page it tells you there, right below the text input box

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  Reply # 474166 25-May-2011 21:20
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If you reply in the Quick Reply box with a link it will automatically hyperlink it for you.

If you are using the full text editor on Internet Explorer and enter a URL it will automatically hyperlink for you.

If you are using the full editor with other browsers, then you can select the text, click the icon (the links) and enter the URL in the dialog popup.

If you are blocking scripts you might not get the full text editor.

It's standard for all users, except for users with less than ten posts (to prevent spam).





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 474169 25-May-2011 21:21
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I guess that puts my reason out of the picture as you have posted 60 posts



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  Reply # 474172 25-May-2011 21:22
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awesum thanks... missed that




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  Reply # 474248 26-May-2011 08:39
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I always have a problem with Opera 11.5x when I do a quote reply I can't post a URL link. I have to go back to FireFox to reply..




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