potku wrote:Multi-Quote is a very useful MOD
potku wrote:all those posts you ticked will show up
potku wrote:Just imagine
TIP: we have a seperate topic where we noted down every mod we ever installed or deleted, the date, how much time it actually costs to install and the link where we downloaded it.potku wrote:...
There are about 20 or 30 MODs (I wrote them all down this morning)...
How is check marking each post any easier than clicking the quote button in each post?potku wrote:The method you described does work, but it requires a lot more work and is far from very useful, in my opinion.
Yup, that's what we did yesterday. I have all the pertinent links saved to EXTs requests, EXTs in development, and to the old MODs, if they haven't been requested or aren't in development. I just don't want to request another 10 more EXTs. That would be social suicide.Walther wrote: Made migration a 'breeze'; we just printed the topic and started searching each mod whether it was still needed or default by now (like the Soft Delete mod) and if there was an extension for it.
Now you are about to start with a clean sheet, you might want to adopt this idea.
It comes in handy when there are errors too.
^^ that.Komanche wrote:+1
reallyWalther wrote:So, if i understand it correctly, the WHOLE posts which are 'ticked' are being 'quoted' ?
Not exactly the definition of a quote, and I doubt users are going to cut in the quoted post to make it that only the part of interest will be quoted.
You know you already have a option for this ?
- press reply
- select in Topic Review (bottom of screen, press expand view if needed) the part you want to quote
- there is a little quote symbol in the upper right of it, press that
- and voila, it is quoted, repeat this for quotes from other postings or parts of the same posting
potku wrote:Multi-Quote is a very useful MODpotku wrote:all those posts you ticked will show uppotku wrote:Just imagineMeis2M wrote:+10
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