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40oz
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Joined: 03 January 2004
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11 August 2008 06:03 (UK time)

Just wondering, is there any light in the future about possibly allowing simple HTML tags? maybe not the giant stuff like changing fonts, font sizes, colors, scrolling text, etc. That was a mess.

But will we ever expect to see things like italics, underlines, bold, strikeouts and stuff? maybe some working URL's.

That stuff should probably limited to people with an acknowledged member status and above. I think that would help spruce up the forums a little. non-working HTML tags give this place an 'unfinished' feeling. For example, stickys that are intentionally italicized by default, but the italics are not displayed. Just a thought.
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ParaSait

Joined: 26 June 2007
Posts: 1470
11 August 2008 14:41 (UK time)

VBScript would do nice here. Perhaps a little 'include tags' menu under the Post Follow Up page?
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Joined: 08 August 2008
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11 August 2008 14:42 (UK time)

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Dthdealer

Joined: 10 March 2007
Posts: 453
12 August 2008 08:12 (UK time)

Even just allowing a few HTML tags such as a,b,u,s,font,img,a and i would make a lot of us happy.
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