If I could be bothered, yes. I may resort to using a huge smiley or even a huge smiley gif in all my posts until somebody takes notice or decides to do away with them altogether, which is a clean solution.You can paste this code into the Word Ref reply box to display this smiley:
I'm using Firefox, too. It seems to be a FF glitch, then. Anyway, I'm quite comfortable with FF and not planning to switch over to Chrome. It will surely be corrected in time, perhaps with the next update.So annoying.
When I bold something in the first line, let's say, it bolds all the other lines afterwards
I'm using Firefox.
Also: lashings of dosh is poking fun at Johnson's typical speech.
You have to have lived your whole life in the UK to recognize these things, but lashings is commonly associated with things like kiddies' novelist Enid Blyton's (1897-1968) 'Famous Five' series (1942-63) in which five posh jolly-hockeysticks kiddies have adventures then as a reward sit down to 'lashings of hard-boiled eggs' etc.
Dosh* is more difficult to place ~ it's less 'marked'. But the combination lashings of dosh is the kind of thing Johnson would typically say in his very-much-overgrown-Eton-schoolboy way.
Further down the bus it says Tally ho! which is only ever uttered (seriously) by extremely posh folk intent on killing foxes for 'sport'.
*According to my slang dictionary: "the term appeared in the US c. 1850, then vanished, to re-emerge in the UK in the 1950s". Curious history.
(the usual formatting hell at work here)
You reminded me that there used to be shortcuts for these. I just restored them. See the accesskey chart to see how to use them in your browser. For example, in Chrome on Windows, hit Alt+Shift+n right now to go to the "Next" thread. "N" is for Next and "p" is for Previous. Hope this helps!
True, that still isn’t working for me, I don’t know how to use shortcuts anyway on mobile (can you?)It's been this way for a while and still in iOS 13.4 that the teardrop does not bring up the colour palette. I rarely use colour, but when I do .... I use a text shortcut (color with an x attached) to bring up this
COLOR=rgb(209, 72, 65)]Text[/COLOR but enclosed in [ ]
then copy/paste and colour-tune