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    Default What happened to the "Code tags" button?

    IIRC, in the old design you could always reply to a posting by using the "Quick Reply" area which contained an area to enter text and a few buttons to decorate the text.

    Or you could click on the "Reply to Thread" button which would display a larger area to enter text along with more buttons to decorate the text.

    Now, when I click on the "Reply to Thread" all that happens is that I am now scrolled to the "Quick Reply" area. This is fine as I don't really need a second area to enter text.

    However I really miss the "Code" button which is used to add tags around posted code. There may be other helpful buttons that should be added to the "Quick Reply" area as well?

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    Now you have the code tag in quick reply box.
    I also added skype smileys to the quick reply box. I hope we can communicate better using them

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaForums View Post
    Now you have the code tag in quick reply box.
    Much appreciated.

    Quote Originally Posted by JavaForums View Post
    I also added skype smileys to the quick reply box. I hope we can communicate better using them
    There are so many that the line flows out the right of my browser and off the screen. Can the format be changed to allow the line to wrap? (Probably just a matter of alternating images and whirespace.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    There are so many that the line flows out the right of my browser and off the screen. Can the format be changed to allow the line to wrap? (Probably just a matter of alternating images and whirespace.)
    I missed that possibility. I thought one line looks better.
    I can specify the number of rows and number of items per row from the plugin i am using.
    Are two rows enough or should i make it three rows?

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    Two rows should do. Thanks.

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    Thanks for the Code tag.

    I actually don't like the Smilies but agree two rows would be better than one.

    I found I can turn them off by going to Settings / General Settings and then select "Basic Editor". So I'm happy.

    Thanks.

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