I'd like some advice. When I go through a forum that has a lot of posts in it, I tend to see ones that I want to reply to here's what I do: 1. I see a post that I want to reply to, and I do. 2. I see another post that I want to reply to, and I do that too. The problem is that I get a moderator message that I should be using multi-quote, but the issue is that disrupts my flow (reply to each one...) I am not trying to up my post count, and sometimes there is just a time when an individual post works, or I may be away for a few minutes, and keeping the 3-5 posts in the queue is a bit much for my multitasking brain. Is the proper solution to: 1. Read the entire queue of posts (sometimes exceeding 300) and add them to the multi-quote, then respond to each individually in one long post (I'm thinking wall of text here) 2. Reply to them all, then harvest the posts up into one multi-quote post. I have done this, and it makes posting on here more work than I want. 3. Post, go do something else, then come back and post to the next one that I want to read, so it doesn't look like I'm just doing what I did before? In truth, this is making responding to Macrumors forums a bit like walking on eggshells.