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    Reference an earlier thread

    I entered a new question earlier this evening but wanted to refer to an earlier discussion. That is, I was saying something like,

    "I was reading someone's question 'here', which made me wonder ..."

    and I want 'here' to be a link back to that earlier question so that people can read what I'm referring to.

    Is this possible? If it is, a quick cheat sheet would be much appreciated.

    Thanks, Gary
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    Re: Reference an earlier thread

    In the full editor you insert a URL tag. In the middle you would put "here" in the first tag you would put the url like this

    (url=http.thread.address)here(/url)

    But with square brackets.

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    Re: Reference an earlier thread

    Worked like a charm! Thank you!
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