I don't but that is because I never use the Quote option. If I want to quote the whole message in my reply, I just click on the Reply button which will automatically quote the whole message and position the cursor in the proper place to begin typing.Testing.
Does anyone here have trouble using the 'quote' option?
It will then quote the desired text and place the cursor in the proper place to begin typing.Does anyone here have trouble using the 'quote' option?
It is my experience that some people will type their response inside the quotes or accidentally remove the last ] which also seems to put their reply inside the quote because the quote was not completed properly. I don't think that I am following that thread or I would look to see which it is.I'm noticing a lot of people, or what seems like a lot, in my new poll thread are quoted the first post but not typing a message/leaving it blank.
I'm wondering if they are having trouble using it.
I checked that already...not it.It is my experience that some people will type their response inside the quotes or accidentally remove the last ] which also seems to put their reply inside the quote because the quote was not completed properly. I don't think that I am following that thread or I would look to see which it is.
If their reply is inside the quote box, you usually have to expand the quote box to see their reply.
In my experience, this tends to be a sign of a very new user, rather than a tech issue. They want to indicate what they are responding to, but don't know the best way to go about it.There are two on this last page starting with this one:
Sometimes people will quote a message simply as a means to follow a thread. Sometimes they will add Following and sometimes they won't. In some cases, people don't seem to understand that they can reply to the quote. In those cases you will typically find the quote in one post followed by a second post with their reply.I checked that already...not it.
Let me go get link to show you.
Most all are culled and the rest go on to keep the family going and/or to be shown. At the end of fall I'll only have one or two out of mine of each breed that I've bred to keep the family going so that's 3or4 birds kept out of 36 or so hatched. People I breed for they take the chicks at a day old I'll keep a few if it a breed I'd like to keep for a while. It appears to be alot but it's not for the most part each bird is/has to be individually penned. Actually I keep way less than most who keep layers. If layers were individually penned it would look like its alot moreDo you sell them or what do you do with them all?