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Lost cowboy story

nasario64

Can't remember the name but basically it's a old west story about a group who try and run a cattle drive to help there town. The main character used to be a racist towards Mexicans and his mother sent him away to his uncle who had a merchant ship where he learned all kinds of fighting styles that's about as much as I can remember

aripeone

In my life,Harddaysknight. sorry cant post a link,dont know how.

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater

@aripeone

In my life,Harddaysknight.


http://storiesonline.net/s/49877/in-my-life

You just open the story concerned in the browser, highlight the URL, copy suing ctrl+C and past into here with crtl+V

Replies:   docholladay
docholladay

@Ernest Bywater

Or if you prefer, you can right click on the listing as I do and select "copy link location" . Then just paste the link information into the post. Both methods work while this one will not count against the opened stories count. I have at times used both methods.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@docholladay

Or if you prefer, you can right click on the listing as I do and select "copy link location" . Then just paste the link information into the post. Both methods work while this one will not count against the opened stories count. I have at times used both methods.

I never realized you could do that. All this time, I've been using the html command < a href="" > command. I'll have to try your methods instead.

Replies:   docholladay
docholladay
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@Crumbly Writer

The only reason I found that out was the 16 story limitation I accidentally right clicked one day and saw several options available. The copy link was just one of the options. I will usually utilize the option to open the author's page for example in a separate window to check what other titles they have available.

Edited to add: Any hotlink can be done that way as well. Also you can highlight a webpage address that isn't setup as a hot link and right click it as well for options. Its strange at times how much I learn by accident.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
aripeone

thank you

Crumbly Writer

@docholladay

Its strange at times how much I learn by accident.

Lazeez keeps adding new features he doesn't highlight, so we only stumble across them by chance.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@Crumbly Writer

Lazeez keeps adding new features he doesn't highlight, so we only stumble across them by chance.


That's not a SOL feature added by Lazeez, it's a fairly standard browser feature. It works on any website.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@Dominions Son

That's not a SOL feature added by Lazeez, it's a fairly standard browser feature. It works on any website.

It is, but Lazeez just added the html < a href > command to the forum, thus the browser feature simply never occurred to me. He'd had it earlier on the blogs, but has since disabled it for any links outside the SOL site. I now list the link to my website using plain text, rather than cutting and pasting the address so save him having to disable it each time (which is a pain).

Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

@Crumbly Writer

but Lazeez just added the html < a href > command to the forum


The forum software converts any valid URL in your post to a clickable link. It has been that way since the beginning. It's not something new.

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