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Discussion in 'Feedback' started by Phillip, Oct 3, 2003.
That's my problem too....
Crazy Harry and Dr. Tooth,
Be sure you are clicking the "quick reply" icon (without any text) rather than the normal reply with quote icon. It sounds like that is what may be happening.
Nice! I like, I like!
The little peice of paper with the curved arrow on it? If yes, then that's exactly what I'm clicking. It works on the computors at school. Maybe it's a Mac problem.
is it working?
YEAH! it is! cool!
Crazy Harry's right - it doesn't seem to work with Safari 1.0 on Mac OS X 10.2, for some reason. I'll try other browsers a bit later on.
Okay, here are my testing experiences on Mac OS X 10.2.
Mozilla 1.5rc2 - works as expected; scrolls page down to Quick Reply field and activates it so you can type in it.
Safari 1.0 - actually activates the Quick Reply field, but fails to scroll the page down to it, giving it the appearance of not working.
Internet Explorer 5.2 - Takes you to the old, regular reply page even when you click on the Quick Reply button (and yes, I tried several times to make sure I wasn't accidentally clicking in the right place).
Hope this helps,
I have found a small flaw. You can't deside if you want to subscribe to the thread or not.
Look under "similar threads". You can subscribe to any thread whether you post in it or not.
I don't want to subscribe to any of the threads I post in.
Oh forget it. It's a minor nit pick. Wasn't worth bringing up in the first.
So, are we keeping this now, Phil? I love it. I use it all the time.
Crazy, I believe you can set your preferances not to subscribe you every time.
Yep, quick reply is a keeper. 100% of the people who voted liked it, so it's definitely staying. We may do some other polls like this in the future on other new forum features.
I like quick reply, but 'Similar Threads' just tends to throw up a load of really old stuff. I guess Vbulletin need to work on the technology to discriminate a bit more.
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