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how to create a link to my original post


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moskin99

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no reply after 3 days. want to go to Waiting Room.
Don't know how to create a link.
please help/ Thank you.
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Abydos

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Hi there

Open your post, the one you want to link to.

Now, set your cursor in the address field at either far left or right.
Hold down left mouse-button, and then drag your cursor to the other side.
Release left mouse-button. The txt should now be highlighted.
Press CTRL + C for copying the highlighted text to your clipboard.

Next, go to the waiting room.
Start a new post.
Write something to describe your link, like; Had no reply in three days, here.
Now highlight the sentence, same method as above.
Next look to the top of the text-box, just to the right of the smiley(s) there is a
button with a green + symbol, click that one.
Clear the HTTP//:,
Now it is time to insert what you have copyed to your clipboard.
Press CTRL + V to insert your copyed text. Click ok, one workable link.

Done.

Regards
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BHowett

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thanks Abydos for jumping in an answering that one :)
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thanks Abydos for jumping in an answering that one :)


No problem at all :)
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