Posted by Dr. Bob on October 27, 2002, at 10:09:49
In reply to Not at all silly! » Dr. Bob » Alara, posted by Jonathan on October 27, 2002, at 0:34:26
> > Either I'm having a blonde day or Americans and Australians don't mean the same thing by `quotes'. :-)
Sorry, what I mean by double double quotes is two double quotes on each side, with each double quote being a ".
> When I submitted this, what I copied from your post caused a list of books to appear above the "Revise your post" form; fortunately, the first of these, which is selected for you as the default choice, looks like the book you meant, so I clicked on the "Submit your links" button below the book list. This made the other nine choices disappear, leaving only the first choice, indented about 1 cm to the right.
> I then typed the above paragraph, explaining what I had just done, in the big text box at the bottom of the "Revise your post" form, and clicked the "Submit your revised post" button to add the new paragraph to my post.
> Oops! The book list has gone back to the way it looked before I pressed the "Submit your links" button
Yes, it starts over if you revise your post, since you might be changing which books you mention. BTW, the "link" section does say:
> > Use this section if you want to link to a different book at Amazon or don't want to link to Amazon at all. If you revise your post, these options are reset, so do that before you do this.
So first say what you have to say, then take care of the links.
Note that you do *not* even need to click "submit your links" *unless* you want to link to a different book or don't want to link at all. Just click "confirm your post" for the default (first) link.
Is that more clear? Should I revise the explanation in that section? Thanks for your willingness to try this out, and for your patience...