How to copy and paste links to an SMF forum

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How to copy and paste links to an SMF forum

Right Click on the topic subject and then select "Copy link address" [Αντιγραφή διεύθυνσης συνδέσμου] (Chrome)  [or right click and press "E"] / "Copy link location" [Αντιγραφή τοποθεσίας δέσμου] (Firefox).

That is, do not copy the link in the adress bar, because you might have reached the topic from the recent topics list.

The topic subject here is: Translatum Greek Translation Forum | General | Feedback & Help | How to copy and paste links to an SMF forum

Therefore, the link to the topic should not be like this:
https://www.translatum.gr/forum/index.php?topic=33534.msg160254#msg160254
 
But like this:
https://www.translatum.gr/forum/index.php?topic=33534.0
 
Of course, if you want to link to a post below the topic (first post), then you copy the link from the Subject of the specific post.

« Last Edit: 10 Jun, 2011, 15:42:58 by spiros »


Frederique

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Confused :-) [Therefore, the link to the topic should not be like this]

Right Click on the topic subject (Mozilla Firefox: "Copy link location"): without copying the link in the address bar gives
https://www.translatum.gr/forum/index.php?topic=166912.msg354483#msg354483


in address bar (image)
« Last Edit: 05 Jan, 2013, 16:26:24 by spiros »
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See here. (Definitely not rocket science)


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lol :-) Sometimes, simple things appear confusing…
Thank you, Spiros!
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