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On some boards you can edit your post and change the font to a strikethrough font to put a line though the text so other's know you change that posts text from something... It's is usually [s] text [/s]... but as you can see it down't do that here. Is there a trick to that or is "that" BB Code turned off on this forum?

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Sometimes you have to highlight the word first then apply

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Sometimes you have to highlight the word first then apply
It's turned off, just like some other BB Codes are here
PHP Code:
[rule=50]red[/rule] ; Should display a horizontal rule in the postcolor red50 long...

[
s]Strikethrough[/s]   ; Should display text with a line through it.

[
youtube]YouTube_Video_ID[/youtubeShould display a Youtube video player with the linked video within a post.

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spoiler]Hidden_Text[/spoiler] ; Creates invisible text until highlighted

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Can't help with that, Mike.

I thought BB was some type of air gun.......LOL

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I can see turning some of them off, but that one is usually excepted.

I think that is more a question that would be between Mike (Admin side) and Nathan (Tech side)...

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