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Old 26-10-2016, 12:08 PM   #1
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Default multi quoting by accident

Good afternoon all

Seems I have been noticing when i quote someone ... the new reply post is somehow multi-quoting quite a number of previous threads I have responded to by accident.

I thought it was a once-off thing ... but its doing it more and more ... and not just one one PC either.

Was just wondering if there's been other issues reported of the same thing.

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