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Something that bugs me, and not just on this forum, is people who insist on quoting the ENTIRE OP when answering. Sometimes the OP can be paragraphs long, resulting in scroll, scroll, scroll though the quoted sections to get to the replies.

If the replier is adding in answers, within the original text, to make it clear what they're replying to, that's OK. But to quote the whole post just fills up the thread with unneeded text.

It's annoying.


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Lol.😂
Ok fair enough,you should rename your thread meaningless pet peeves.
Mine is when I ask someone do they want a coke/cookie/chocolate bar/ice cream etc and they say no.Then I get myself one and they want to share it.😡
 

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Lol.😂
Ok fair enough,you should rename your thread meaningless pet peeves.
Mine is when I ask someone do they want a coke/cookie/chocolate bar/ice cream etc and they say no.Then I get myself one and they want to share it.😡
Oh heck yeah. That's really annoying too. :grin2:
 

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Something that bugs me, and not just on this forum, is people who insist on quoting the ENTIRE OP when answering. Sometimes the OP can be paragraphs long, resulting in scroll, scroll, scroll though the quoted sections to get to the replies.

If the replier is adding in answers, within the original text, to make it clear what they're replying to, that's OK. But to quote the whole post just fills up the thread with unneeded text.

It's annoying.


*Disclaimer, i haven't had my morning coffee yet... :wink2:
IKR, I hate that too.

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Something that bugs me, and not just on this forum, is people who insist on quoting the ENTIRE OP when answering. Sometimes the OP can be paragraphs long, resulting in scroll, scroll, scroll though the quoted sections to get to the replies.

If the replier is adding in answers, within the original text, to make it clear what they're replying to, that's OK. But to quote the whole post just fills up the thread with unneeded text.

It's annoying.


*Disclaimer, i haven't had my morning coffee yet... :wink2:
I agree.

Members could practice better quote discipline ( 😂 ) and even edit the quote.

I like sites that won't quote the entire quoted string.
I really like sites that auto compress quotes that exceed a certain length.
If you want to read the full quote just tap on the "expand" link.
 

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Something that bugs me, and not just on this forum, is people who insist on quoting the ENTIRE OP when answering. Sometimes the OP can be paragraphs long, resulting in scroll, scroll, scroll though the quoted sections to get to the replies.



If the replier is adding in answers, within the original text, to make it clear what they're replying to, that's OK. But to quote the whole post just fills up the thread with unneeded text.



It's annoying.





*Disclaimer, i haven't had my morning coffee yet... :wink2:


I have not been able to only quote one paragraph. If I was on a computer yes but i am on an iPad which is new to me.



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I hate it when I write a really hard answer to a tricky question and some Moderator deletes the thread because sock puppet just before I hit submit.
arrrrrrrrrrgh
 
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