ITS TOY TRAINS FOR ME posted:

If you want to respond to someone's post such as answering a question but your several posts late how do you put their question in your reply ?

First, click on the "Take Action" option at the bottom right corner of your original post. Next, go down to "Reply With Quote".

Sorta like I just did

Nicholas Heban

 

"If it's not broken open it up, and find out why."

"First, click on the "Take Action" option at the bottom right corner of your original post. Next, go down to "Reply With Quote".

Sorta like I just did"

Or - you can drag your cursor across the text/photo you want to copy, right click for Copy, and Paste it into your post.

Sorta like I just did...(I added the Bold and the quotation marks).

I use both methods; just depends.

And delete any unnecessary content by hitting the backs space on the cursor or highlight and delete so as not to repost 10 photos or extra paragraphs that aren't needed.

So many folks reply to quotes, of quotes, of quotes, of a post containing numerous photos, reposting the same photos over and over, and suddenly a thread becomes a mile long and agonizing to get through.

" No matter how far we travel, the memories will follow in the baggage car."

That’s a great Question,

ITS TOY TRAINS FOR ME posted:

If you want to respond to someone's post such as answering a question but your several posts late how do you put their question in your reply ?

I am not believing how simple this was, unreal. Thank you very much for allowing others to learn this fantastic way to communicate ideas to others. This has puzzled me for a long time. Thanks D500... Also RickO, I appreciate your input. Thank you All.

D500 posted:

"First, click on the "Take Action" option at the bottom right corner of your original post. Next, go down to "Reply With Quote".

Sorta like I just did"

Wow.

 

 

This is so cool...Wow

 

RickO posted:

And delete any unnecessary content by hitting the backs space on the cursor or highlight and delete so as not to repost 10 photos or extra paragraphs that aren't needed..............................

This 10X, or maybe even 100X!

I'll generally place a bunch of "......." where I've deleted so as to draw attention to the fact that I've trimmed the original quoted text. 

Sort of like I just did here. 

-Dave

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