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Last Post 19 Jan 2009 08:32 PM by . 1 Replies.
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19 Jan 2009 06:26 PM QuoteQuote ReplyReply  
The forums have an option as to whether HTML (tags) can be posted, and this is Enabled.

For some weird reason, however, if you reopen your post to edit it, the < and > brackets are replaced with [ and ] brckets in the editing screen.

If I can figure out a way to fix this I will, or post a work-around here.

Otherwise it's probably easier if you have a long post, to make your changes in a text editor and then copy-and-paste the text. This way you'll also have a copy of your material on your hard drive in case the website ever blows up. (Which is not expected because the website is backed-up every night, but in the world of computers sometimes things accidentally get deleted.)
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19 Jan 2009 08:32 PM EditEdit QuoteQuote ReplyReply  
I'm just practicing to see if I can reply to a topic.

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