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    Is there a way to quote a post that is quoting another? I tried to do that but it only kept the specific post i was quoting. I assumed the multi-quote button had something to do with it, but it seemed to make no difference.
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    Here is a follow up post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schlottke View Post
    Here is a follow up post
    Quote Originally Posted by ISU2008 View Post
    Is there a way to quote a post that is quoting another? I tried to do that but it only kept the specific post i was quoting. I assumed the multi-quote button had something to do with it, but it seemed to make no difference.
    And here is posting a followup using multi-quote.

    you multi quote (click the " button) it turns orange, click it on the second post, then POST Reply.

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    Now say I wanted to quote your second post, including the two quotes in it. This is what I get when I quote your post.

    Quote Originally Posted by Schlottke View Post
    And here is posting a followup using multi-quote.

    you multi quote (click the " button) it turns orange, click it on the second post, then POST Reply.
    I know it will make the page shorter without everyone's posts showing up 3 or 4 times in other's posts, but I like being able to read directly what someone is replying to.
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    Definitely something I will need to look at, because right now it doesn't format well when there are a half dozen quotes inside of eachother (because each is smaller inside of the table than the last quote).

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