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    What Are These Buttons For, And How Do I Use Them?

    What are these buttons for, and how do I use them?

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    #2
    Doesn't Their Function Show Up For You

    When You Mouse Over Them...??

    Perhaps Not When Using A Phone.



    Cheers Glen.

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      #3
      Originally posted by GLEN...... View Post
      Doesn't Their Function Show Up For You

      When You Mouse Over Them...??

      Perhaps Not When Using A Phone.



      Cheers Glen.
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        #4
        Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post

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        Dear God......That's All I Need......Another Bloody Mouse......

        (calls archie my feline mouser to the rescue)......



        Cheers Glen.

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          #5
          Anyway, the answer your question tumbling, from left to right

          Sauce - here you can order ketchup or BBQ
          Remove Something for Matt
          Pound sign - send metoo comment to Oprah
          Rap button - rhyme nnose with hoes
          PHP button - order some angel dust

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          • mallyboppa
            mallyboppa commented
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            That's Funny !

          #6
          I don't really know the purpose of the ones on the left...

          For the ones on the right, the # Code one could be used to explain coding stuff. A recent example would be that soundcloud command. When I was mentioning it, I explained it by putting space in betweeen the brackets of the word soundcloud so it wouldn't expand the call and make it try and render the widget. But if I used the code command it wouldn't expand the call even if it's formatted like it would... I.e.

          With # :

          Code:
          [soundcloud]https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/1717004[/soundcloud]
          Without # :



          With <>:

          Looks like it specifies HTML, it's kind of redundant since we mostly use BBcode to do a lot of what HTML does. But html does a lot of stuff BBCode cannot. I don't know if it allows HTML syntax or what. I'll try it here..

          HTML Code:
          <h1>This is some HTML</h1>
          HTML Code:
          [h1]This is some HTML[/h1]

          Php is the server side language, probably like a hybrid of the other two. prevents expansions and allows to use that syntax.
          Last edited by Audiogen; 06-12-2021, 03:07 PM.

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            #7
            HTML Code:
            <h2>Trying With HTML Turned on</h2>
            <p>Doo waa ditty</p>

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              #8
              The Code # one seems like the only one that would ever be useful.

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              • SpaceMan
                SpaceMan commented
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                remove format is good for posting copy/paste items that have embedded links ...but its easier to just paste as plain text

              #9
              I'm on my phone, so it's not a good time for me to play around with them and see what they do. But I'm sure that you use them by putting your cursor on them and clicking.

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