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Raise the Titanic-what do you think?

Right, I don't think will bother me. I usually take my time writing and often get side tracked part way through, so by the time I send it's had a good looking at.:)
I don't understand "reply with quote'. When I click that the reply panel doesn't show the quote. If I click it twice it does.:confused:

If you click "reply with quote", he said, clicking "reply with quote", the message you're replying to should appear at the top of the "quick reply" screen immediately. At least it does on my Macbook Air, in Firefox. Might be different on your pooter/with your browser -- maybe someone with a PC (assuming you have a PC) can confirm?

What computer/version of windows/internet browser are you using?
 
If you click "reply with quote", he said, clicking "reply with quote", the message you're replying to should appear at the top of the "quick reply" screen immediately. At least it does on my Macbook Air, in Firefox. Might be different on your pooter/with your browser -- maybe someone with a PC (assuming you have a PC) can confirm?

What computer/version of windows/internet browser are you using?

Fujitsu (the company that pinched my job), Win 7, IE 11

Might have something to do with my 'pop-up blocker'. I'll have a fiddle with it when I have more time.
 
Don just gets more impressive all the time,
he could be Pom Pom's Dad :eek:

I have to say I've wondered about those shaded bits with a reply too, but decided I'll leave that to Grand Pappy he's an expert at it, let him have his day in the sun!!


Manthing Buddy, a little bit of ego yes?? I think so, Like me it's better too know more than you say than Blah etc..
 
Thanks Don, Big Buddy..

I like manthing really, It's better than being ignored too.

I had a great day out it was heritage day today in Bishops Lynn. All the National Trust properties and gardens were open to all for Free and there are lots of them. A super Vintage Car thingy in Tuesday Market. At the Theatre which is a Lottery building, my youngest daughters boyfriend Woody,works there, he had the sound system and technical side open for folk to look at, and I surprised just how many did. It powers up to 64 microphones and a full orchestra. I like playing with that, my daughter sang and
Woody played Guitar, Jimmy Hendrix with me on sound, a huge theatre with the best acoustic's ever.

That was fun today..
 
Mister Bean, more like... :rolleyes:

I bet Willy went to the "School of Lifemanship" to learn One-upmanship.

Lifemanship is the science of being one up on your opponents at all times. It is the art of making him feel that somewhere, somehow he has become less than you – less desirable, less worthy – less blessed.

Stephen Potter
 
I bet Willy went to the "School of Lifemanship" to learn One-upmanship.

Lifemanship is the science of being one up on your opponents at all times. It is the art of making him feel that somewhere, somehow he has become less than you – less desirable, less worthy – less blessed.

Stephen Potter

Well, Little Willy certainly is special.. :rolleyes:
 
Having had a bit of trouble with 'Reply With Quote' (Which I've now sorted) I've only just realised that Little Willy has never, as far as I can see, posted a message containing quotes. Strange that.:confused:

He's only been on the forum since 2009, Don, give him time. It took him up until this week to use his first smiley. :confused:

Remember that I said he was "Special"? FYI that's "Special" as in "Needs". :rolleyes:
 
:D You are right. Good job he has his Mum looking after him. ;)

Most of the time he'd be better off with the "men in white coats" looking after him.:p He "pens" some drivel at times and I have to read his posts several to make sense of them, although sometimes I'm completely baffled with his writings.:eek: It's as if the words he's trying to convey are being typed by fingers that are struggling hopelessly with dyslexia and senile dementia.:rolleyes:
 
Most of the time he'd be better off with the "men in white coats" looking after him.:p He "pens" some drivel at times and I have to read his posts several to make sense of them, although sometimes I'm completely baffled with his writings.:eek: It's as if the words he's trying to convey are being typed by fingers that are struggling hopelessly with dyslexia and senile dementia.:rolleyes:

And only 58. Shame innit :rolleyes:
 
Most of the time he'd be better off with the "men in white coats" looking after him.:p He "pens" some drivel at times and I have to read his posts several to make sense of them, although sometimes I'm completely baffled with his writings.:eek: It's as if the words he's trying to convey are being typed by fingers that are struggling hopelessly with dyslexia and senile dementia.:rolleyes:

:mad::eek:
 
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