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Weird stuff when trying to quote a post

post #1 of 11
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I hit "quote" to reply to one of spindrift's posts on the snowboarders suing Alta thread and this appeared in the editing window:

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Originally Posted by spindrift View Post









post #2 of 11
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Originally Posted by litterbug View Post

I hit "quote" to reply to one of spindrift's posts on the snowboarders suing Alta thread and this appeared in the editing window:

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Originally Posted by spindrift View Post










OK, that's insane; it didn't appear when I pasted it in the box. I'll try it again with the quote/unquote removed:

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Originally Posted by spindrift View Post









post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by litterbug View Post

I hit "quote" to reply to one of spindrift's posts on the snowboarders suing Alta thread and this appeared in the editing window:

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Originally Posted by spindrift View Post









I've seen empty quotes a lot lately. Not for everyone though. I thought people were doing it on purpose.
post #4 of 11
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OK, it turns out that putting a space between the first bracket and CONTENTEMBED made the invisible visible.

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Originally Posted by spindrift View Post


[ CONTENTEMBED=/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline]<a data-huddler-embed="href" href="/u/34481/litterbug" style="display:inline-block;">@litterbug</a>
,The difference is that in my 3 or 4 days at Alta (all reasonably big days), I've seen people push, elbow, and stab (with a pole) slower traversers. Worse, it seemed to be the norm. [/CONTENTEMBED]
[ CONTENTEMBED=/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline] [ /CONTENTEMBED]
[ CONTENTEMBED=/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline]I have seen plenty of random rude behavior by both skiers and boarders throughout the country. However, the key word is "random". Most places, most people are pretty darn nice (if sometimes bit clueless or a shade "overenthusiastic"). The bottom line is that the repeating combo of behavior and smug entitlement I saw at Alta is unique in my experience. Both the "local" flavor and the "regular visitor" flavor.[/CONTENTEMBED]
[ CONTENTEMBED=/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline] [/CONTENTEMBED]
[ CONTENTEMBED=/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline]Seeing people trying to give aid to someone down and who could not talk coherently being pushed and kicked off the traverse, juxtaposed a few minutes later with a guy on the lift cackling about how great Alta is because there are no "young punk" boarders present left a lasting impression. Not a good one. Especially as the thinly veiled age/political/cultural bias built into the anti-boarder rant was repeated ad nauseum on multiple lift rides per day. [/CONTENTEMBED]
[ =/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline] [/CONTENTEMBED]
[ CONTENTEMBED=/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline]I very well might go to Alta again for the snow and terrain and a quant lodge experience. But if I do, it'll be knowing I need to be chill and ignore a vibe that likely could not exist without Alta itself fostering it.[/CONTENTEMBED]
[ CONTENTEMBED=/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline] [ /CONTENTEMBED]
[ CONTENTEMBED=/t/124939/snowboarders-sue-alta-ski-area/270#post_1755235 layout=inline]BTW - why not cut two traverses near each other - high and higher for different speeds? No shortage of speed differentials between skiers too. Hence much of what I saw. It isn't like the high T is a scenic route through pristine wilderness.[ /CONTENTEMBED]
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post #5 of 11
But garbled with code.
post #6 of 11

Thanks I will report this. Could you let me know your browser and OS please?

post #7 of 11
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Originally Posted by sibhusky View Post

But garbled with code.
That's exactly what showed up in the edit box when I tried to quote spindrift, but without the spaces to interrupt the code the whole thing shows up as blank space when I post the reply.

It's happened at least once recently, but I can't remember the circumstances.
post #8 of 11
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Originally Posted by tylrwnzl View Post

Thanks I will report this. Could you let me know your browser and OS please?
Sorry I disappeared. I think I was using Firefox when I had the issue, but it may have been the stock browser. Android version 4.0.4.
post #9 of 11
Not happening on Chrome Beta for Android, ver. 37.0
post #10 of 11
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Originally Posted by litterbug View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by tylrwnzl View Post

Thanks I will report this. Could you let me know your browser and OS please?
Sorry I disappeared. I think I was using Firefox when I had the issue, but it may have been the stock browser. Android version 4.0.4.

 

If it happens again please let me know, with the specific details. Huddler gets grumpy and won't investigate anything unless I'm specific. 

post #11 of 11
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It might take a while, but I'll let you know when it does.
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