Oct 3 12:38:54 mowa219-gjp4-8570p-freebsd pkg: firefox upgraded: 92.0.1,2 -> 93.0,2
I would imagine this calls for programmatic enforcement of not accepting URL's in thread titles... If someone creates a thread, and needs to show a URL, the URL really belongs in the body of the opening post (along with an explanation), not in the thread title. Just my 2 cents here...Somebody embedded a [url] in a [thread]. That really freaks out the parser. Should be fixed now.
Even if it is, there should be ways to describe a problem and ask for help without making a mess out of the very help facilities in use.
Tried that, but this is what I get when I click on the "Edit" link for my post:
Thanks, SirDice, that's EXACTLY what I was looking for.Only the last bit of the URL should be used: [thread]two-column-views-of-threads.82305[/thread] -> Thread two-column-views-of-threads.82305
As the [thread][/thread] bbcode is rather tricky to use, it's fine if you just use the URL: [url=https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/two-column-views-of-threads.82305]my link to a thread[/url]
This is rather well documented, but help is not prominent placed to be obvious for users. On every page of forums, at the bottom-right side is a help link, which leads to another link for BB codes.is there a proper way to use the tags? Maybe if somebody can show me an example ...