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Re: Sporting Knives 1 year 9 months ago #6441

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After typing a long response you can hit "select all" (command A or ctrl. A) or highlight the whole text with your mouse then hit command C or ctrl C to copy. Click submit, if it fails the text is still copied to your clipboard. Clip reply and paste.

BTW Murphy's Law say only the long posts get dropped.
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Re: Sporting Knives 1 year 9 months ago #6445

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I have been trying to remember to do exactly that in every case... and I do in most cases..
Mother Murphy also dictates that on the longest most painstakingly written posts, one will forget to do that just before hitting submit and having the entire thing simply flash out of existence... POOF..:(

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Re: Sporting Knives 1 year 9 months ago #6449

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After having this happen to me several times (on other forums) I started writing all my forum posts in Word. Then I copy and paste to the forum. If it disappears, into the ether, I still have the original.
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Re: Sporting Knives 1 year 9 months ago #6452

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AND.. there is a spell checker...with my lousy typing skills...that would be great.
Good idea.
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nudood wrote:
After having this happen to me several times (on other forums) I started writing all my forum posts in Word. Then I copy and paste to the forum. If it disappears, into the ether, I still have the original.
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Hoping there is that bridge!
I miss you Buddy!
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