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Long posts & copy/paste

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When composing a long post, do you copy it before posting?
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Nope
I always check a long post, for continuity, that they make sense, and that I've made my point without careening off on a tangent. Not the short ones though

It's why the short ones sometimes don't make sense
 

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Anyhoo - I've got into the habit of doing so, because phone mode can be a bit of a 'mare as afar as losing long posts goes
 

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What are these long posts you speak of :confused:

:p

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EDIT: Doh! DP beat me to it :rant:

I also beat you to your 10K post thread :p :lol:
 

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No. It's a good practice, but I've never got into the habit.

I also rarely proof read it as well as I should, and regularly go back and re-edit multiple times.
 

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Same as Bazza.

I always read it back but, and I don't know why, I immediately spot errors on the posted version I just couldn't see in the draft.
 

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My posts are always impeccably structured and perfectly worded, plus I type fast, so I don't often need to save/copy/edit or whatever. :cool:

:lol:
 
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