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 Post subject: Re: Extending chat lines
PostPosted: Fri 22 Jul, 2011 - 9:02 am 
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in other chat things i often find myself hitting < or > after a few words or so :P another thing is that you can get the </> to show up in chat if you do something like
"T"
>.< grrr you just need words after it :D

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 Post subject: Extending chat lines
PostPosted: Fri 29 Jul, 2011 - 1:20 pm 
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A simple tutorial about how to extend your chat.

When typing a message simply end the message with > or < to extend your chat limit. When you do this you will get a message saying "message appended" then you simply open up the chat box again with "T" and carry on typing your message.

For example to extend this message I would>
"message appended"
"T"
Use that arrow to extend it with a space when it appears in chat.

So the above would appear in chat as:
For example to extend this message I would Use that arrow to extend it with a space when it appears in chat.

With the space between "would" and "Use"

To extend a message using the other key I wo<
"Message appended"
"T"
uld use that arrow to extend it with out a space.

This allows you to extend a line mid word.
So the above would appear in chat as:
To extend a message using the other key I would use that arrow to extend it with out a space.

You must end the line with > or < if you put anything after this it will just post it rather than append it for example:

If you put something after>it will appear like that.


I hope this makes it easier for everyone and if you can think of anything to improve this tutorial please reply with suggestions. ^.^


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 Post subject: Re: Extending chat lines
PostPosted: Fri 29 Jul, 2011 - 1:39 pm 
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omg ty, this helped me a lot. before now i didnt know abo<
"T"
ut this arrow extender thingy.

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