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    Default Quick Reply/Reply

    Hi Everybody,

    We have three options for the quick reply/reply settings. Please let me know which you prefer:

    Option 1. No quick reply. All replies go to a new page. The only reply link on each post is "reply with quote" or multi-quote reply. There is no "reply" button on each post without quote.

    Option 2. Quick reply inline or at the bottom of threads. With this option you have to click "advanced" to go to the separate reply page. This option allows you to reply to specific posts without quoting.

    Option 3. Quick reply (as above) with AJAX (automatic posting without page reload).

    Currently the forum is set with option 1, which is most similar to how the forum was set up before the upgrade.

    Which option should we use?
    Muhammad Chishti
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    Default Re: Quick Reply/Reply

    Quote Originally Posted by Muhammad View Post
    Hi Everybody,

    We have three options for the quick reply/reply settings. Please let me know which you prefer:

    Option 1. No quick reply. All replies go to a new page. The only reply link on each post is "reply with quote" or multi-quote reply. There is no "reply" button on each post without quote.

    Option 2. Quick reply inline or at the bottom of threads. With this option you have to click "advanced" to go to the separate reply page. This option allows you to reply to specific posts without quoting.

    Option 3. Quick reply (as above) with AJAX (automatic posting without page reload).

    Currently the forum is set with option 1, which is most similar to how the forum was set up before the upgrade.

    Which option should we use?
    I like option number 1. I never use quick reply anyway. I always click the reply to thread button.

    Chad
    Remodeling 100 year old house
    I'm buying a 100 year old house that is in need of a serious makeover. I will be posting pics of the remodeling in the thread at the link.

    Updated with new pics on 3/30/2015

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    Default Re: Quick Reply/Reply

    As long as I can preview it I'm ok with any. Hard to tell without trying.
    Mike
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    Default Re: Quick Reply/Reply

    Quote Originally Posted by chad22 View Post
    I like option number 1. I never use quick reply anyway. I always click the reply to thread button.

    Chad
    I don't use quickreply either.
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    Default Re: Quick Reply/Reply

    #1 Please.

    With the QR, you always have to hit another button to get to the smileys, and if you hit the Post Reply button rather than the Submit Reply button everything you typed is gone.
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    Default Re: Quick Reply/Reply

    Ok then, option 1 it is. Just wanted to clarify as there have been a bunch of comments on quick reply.
    Muhammad Chishti
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    Default Re: Quick Reply/Reply

    Could we please have Quick Reply as well as the Advanced Reply to keep everybody happy ? I hate, hate, hate having to load up this Advanced Reply page, it takes so long on my internet connection and if Quick Reply isn't added again I can see myself slowly posting less and less due to the aforementioned pet hate.

    Please Muhammad, couldn't we have both ?
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