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Message 67939 - Posted: 21 Feb 2016, 14:39:02 UTC

When posting to the forums - currently there is are three options (four if you include edit) when contributing to a thread.

A Reply does not read easy, it is not clear who you are replying to.

Quotes are often lazy used, and this is irksome - especially when reading on small displays.

Is it possible to
*1 add

In reply to: Agentb's message of 29 Feb 16 12:34:56UTC


at the start of a reply or quoted message
The poster can of course edit this.

*2 replace the label on the current Quote button with "QuoteAll".

and

*3 An new "QuoteLast" button between Reply and QuoteAll buttons. This quotes only the remainder from last [/quote] found in the message being replied too.

*4 A link to "Netiquette" somewhere obvious - possibly below Rules.
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Message 67955 - Posted: 22 Feb 2016, 9:33:58 UTC - in response to Message 67939.  

I like it, but you best post this as a request in BOINC github: https://github.com/BOINC/boinc/issues.
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Message 67994 - Posted: 25 Feb 2016, 0:08:39 UTC - in response to Message 67955.  

In reply to: Ageless's message of 22 Feb 2016, 9:33:58 UTC

Done
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