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kittylouise711
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Sorry I just had a subject that made no sense! Its supposed to say "How do you link other forums to forum replies", but I forgot to change it! Sorry!
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Dzuunmod
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Do you mean to ask if it's possible to link to a thread from one forum, in a post that you make in another? That's all that I'm getting from this, sorry if I'm way off.

Anyway, if so, that's easy. All you need to do is copy the address of one thread, and then paste it into the reply that you're making.

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