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I've made a few subtle usability tweaks to the site over the last few days particularly on mobile. I hope everyone likes the changes, if there's anything you find awkward or you think could use improvement please reply here. 

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If you click "quote" next to a post it will include that post in the editor. You can also select text manually and you'll get a "quote this" pop up that will just add the highlighted text in a quote. 

If you start typing a reply or creating a new topic the editor text is saved every second to your phone/computer so if you lose connection or decide you want to come back to it later it will be reinstated. 

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34 minutes ago, mercuryg said:

Although it didn't this time - very odd!

There was a bug where the last reply would not be removed which is probably what you hit. I fixed this yesterday which is why it doesn't do it anymore. If it happens again let me know. Thanks. 

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