“Insert PRT code” button, CTRL+F5 to bring it back if missing

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    Hello all,

    When starting a post, in case you don’t see the « insert PRT code » button initially, the first thing to do before typing your message is to press CTRL+F5 to refresh the page and make it appear.

    You could also press CTRL+F5 in the middle of typing your text, but the refresh would lose what you just typed, so before you would need to first copy what you typed so far, then press CTRL+F5 to bring back the « insert PRT code » button, and then paste what you had typed.

    Finally, there is a third chance to properly format your PRT code if you have already submitted your message : using your 5 minutes editing window. Here is how in this short 1 minute video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBuqwWPW3H4

    Thank you

     

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    the first thing to do before typing your message is to press CTRL+F5 to refresh the page and make it appear.

    That never worked for me, and today still doesn’t. However, see above the mouse arrow (see 1st attachment).
    After that, use the button “Add PRT code” you see in the 2nd attachment next to the mouse arrow. … As soon as you added the PRT Code you can switch back to the normal “visual” text editor by means of the “Visual” tab you see in the first attachment. Or stay in Text Editing mode if you know your ways with that a little.

    Peter

     

     

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    When starting a post, in case you don’t see the « insert PRT code » button initially, the first thing to do before typing your message is to press CTRL+F5 to refresh the page and make it appear.

    That never worked for me, and today still doesn’t.

    I’d like to correct myself on this one;
    One time (Ctrl-)F5 mostly does not work. Two times mostly also not. But three times always does the job. 🙂
    This is a lot easier than my solution (see my previous post). But don’t forget to copy the already typed text first (see JC_Bywan’s post and good advice).

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