LOL. I just tried that with a reply to subbie at Message 2. Here's what showed up:
[qs=subbie]No idea if this problem is related to the reorganization, but when I just tried to reply with quote to a post of jar's, his signature was included, but the html codes were screwed up.Sig naturalistic [/i] explanation for their mythical flood, while looking for [i] magical [/i] explanations for things that actually happened. -- Dr. Adequate
...creationists have a great way to detect fraud and it doesn't take 8 or 40 years or even a scientific degree to spot the fraud--'if it disagrees with the bible then it is wrong'.... -- archaeologist</small><!--UE Sig-->[/qs]
ApostateAbe writes: Try someone else. There is an extra [/i] in his sig that screws stuff up.
I tried with your post, too. That shows up with an extraneous [/b] and an extraneous word "Sig". However, rquote on a post by bluescat48 looks okay. It seems that any fancy formatting in the signature causes problems for rquote.Jesus was a liberal hippie
jar writes: Try it again with mine but delete that extra close italic.
If you mean the [/i] in the text of Message 4, then I already tried that.
You can try for yourself. You can back out, without posting.
I tried rquote on several different posts, including my own. Those that have no signature, or just a plain text signature, work okay and the signature does not show up in the quoted text. Those that have other formatting in their signature (such as jar, nwr, subbie, Jon, Hyroglyphx, Coyote) finish up with a mess in the quoted text.