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Luxury Box Season Ticket Holder

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For those having trouble posting items from the computer game reports such as boxscores, newspaper style recaps, standings, etc. here is some information that may assist you in copying the information from the game into your post.

1. Open your boxscore, summary or whatever else you want in the computer game.

2. Use Control-A to select all of the text on the page.

3. Use Control-C to copy the text.

4. Open the posting box in the forum and use Control-V to paste the text into your post.

5. Use Control-A to select all of the text in your post.

6. Next click on the icon labeled "PRE" with the brackets around it at the top of the post box.

Your post should now be properly formatted and ready to submit.

-- Edited by BaseballJeff on Saturday 4th of February 2012 10:51:11 AM

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General Manager

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Check out my blog Jeff........I had tried that and it doesn't work at all...........

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OK, I think I got it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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"NACSTER'S HISTORICAL REPLAY"

34 REPLAYS IN THE BOOKS!

1876-1883

1896-1900

1906

1916-1917

1921, 1929

1936-1937

1943, 1946

1956-1963

1976

1986

1991, 1996

37,117 regular season games through 34 replays!

 

 



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BBJeff's method assumes you have the advanced editor shut off.

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