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What do quote and +quote mean?
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Using the plain quote will quote the previous or the text of the message you clicked it for your response, +quote will allow text from multiple messages.. ie if there were more responses to this I could press +quote to add your question quoted and +quote to add other text from other messages or various parts of it...

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if there were more responses to this I could press +quote to add your question quoted and +quote to add other text from other messages or various parts of it...
Yeah, like this.
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Using the plain quote will quote the previous or the text of the message you clicked it for your response, +quote will allow text from multiple messages.. ie if there were more responses to this I could press +quote to add your question quoted and +quote to add other text from other messages or various parts of it...
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What do quote and +quote mean?
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That's groovy!

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