RD Quoting

James Yates

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Now I don't know if anyone else has noticed this, but If you quote someone, then you can edit that quote, you can easily badmouth people like this. Maybe a change might help
While you could do that, people who do such a thing don't deserve to be members of RD.

Being able to edit quotes is very helpful as you can remove the bits you aren't replying to - or you can change the colour of some text to highlight the point you are replying to. It also allows you to remove pictures - that way we don't get huge quotes full of pictures when someone just wanted to reply to the message.
 
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You have a very valid point and I think you're a genius and I want to pledge all of my money to you
:p

But seriously, you have a point and I think that you should be able to remove things, but I think that some people will do that and prevention is better than cure
 

James Yates

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I could understand removing it on an unmoderated chat forum, but here people should respect one another. Editing quotes doesn't edit the original post - and the quote links to their post so its very obvious a really quite childish. If someone had something bad to say about someone, why would they edit their quotes to say it? That said, most people who kick up and have a argument on here will be dealt with accordingly.
 

Ryan Callan

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It's just like any other forum.

Being able to edit what your quoting is VERY useful especially if one sentence you wish to discuss is in a one big body of text.

And like James says, if there are any doubts/suspicions the link will prove either way and they will be dealt with. It's never happened yet, touch wood.