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Re: Surprisingly not so...

bklvr896 wrote:

keriflur wrote:

bklvr896 wrote:
Texans don't put beans in chili? What's in it then? Beef, beef and more beef. BTW, anyone know why the quote option has disappeared from the browsers on my iPad? I can't quote things anymore.

You have to select the "request desktop site" option.

I thought I was on the desktop site, I'm certainly not on the mobile site.  I'll have to check into that.  For now, I just moved to one of my computers.

Yeah, it looks like the desktop site, but unless you check that option, you won't get spaces between paragraphs or the spell check and quote buttons.  Dunno why it's that way.  It's certainly not because it makes sense.

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Re: Surprisingly not so...

keriflur wrote:

Texans don't put beans in chili? What's in it then?

Rattlesnake, gila monster, and stray cattle.

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