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[SOLVED]User names in forum topics


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I have seen people on this forum referring to other users (authors of previous posts, for instance) by name, making the name appear as a reference/link and in another font. I have tried to find ways to copy/paste the user's name, but I cannot replicate these user name links in the text of my own posts. I am sure there is a simple trick, please share!

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Hi @knuth,

 

if i understood you right then you have to start with the '@' character, followed by few characters of the desired name and you will see....

It's pretty simple, like @Bodyart, @Sankotronic, @knuth, etc.....

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  • Thanks, @Bodyart! I expected something that simple! And, thanks to you, I now know how.:)

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    • 6 months later...

    You can use the "QUEOTE" button under the

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    of someone else's post

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    Also if you want to quote only part of the post then do selection and click on "Quote Selection" button that will appear (click on spoiler to open and see picture):

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    Other way is to do complete quote and then delete unwanted part.

     

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