I have a bookmark in Chrome that takes me straight to the "Modelling and Visualization" forum.It works fine until I log in which then diverts to the BC Home page. I don't want to go to the Home page which is the reason fro the bookmark. This use to work OK but now doesn't!!
Why have you changed this behavior?
Jesse DringoliTechnical Support Manager, OpenFlows ProductsBentley Communities Site AdministratorBentley Systems, Inc.
stuartw said:How do you quote text
Reply to a post, then select some text in that post. A magic "Quote button appears below your selection. Click that button and the selected text is copied to your post.
BTW, I hope you like your new name 577C9FD4-D7F6-4054-B0F1-0E46F27D42ED!
Regards, Jon Summers LA Solutions
We are working on the issue with the display name not showing in the Quote.
Jesse Dringoli said:a recent update we had
We seem to have lost the ability to edit a message's HTML. The Advanced Editor used to have an HTML button. I find that invaluable when writing stuff that the editor can't cope with. Particularly in the Programming Forum, it's useful to be able to format code correctly.
The HTML editor is still available; in the editor menu bar, you can find it by clicking Tools > Source code.
Jesse Dringoli said:The HTML editor is still available; in the editor menu bar, you can find it by clicking Tools > Source code
OK, I see that now.
How do I mark a post as answered? You've marked your post as a proposed answer to my question, but I don't see a button to verify answer as we had in the previous Be Communities.
Jon, Next to reply there is a more tab. You can verify and answer there. Is this what you are meaning?
The original poster can verify the answer under the "more" button (we're working on moving that so it's not under "more"). If you're not the original poster, you can click "I have this question too" on the right side of the thread, and then you can verify an answer. There's a note about this in the announcement linked to at the top of the homepage (and sticky post in this forum) This particular thread has gone off into some tangents.
Jesse Dringoli said:If you're not the original poster, you can click "I have this question too" on the right side of the thread, and then you can verify an answer
OK, I see that now!