I know I can include someone's comment by clicking "reply" on their post, but how do you quote more than one person's post within your reply, or even just a portion of someone's comments (without having to copy & paste, of course)?
You used to be able to quote several, copy and paste into the one post, and respond accordingly, now you have to do a lot more fiddling to get it right.
A lot more fiddling than I have time to do.
Look above the text box and you'll see "import and edit the quote". That will import the post you're replying to, and you can then delete the bits you don't want.
However Darkside is right - quoting several posts is too fiddly.
Well, there goes that idea! Thanks Darkside & Marisa! I won't bother, wasn't really important, just something to add to the learned list!
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