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Re: Maybe this is old news but...

On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, Danilo Turina wrote:

> Christopher Faylor wrote:
> > ...I just saw this:
> >
> >
> >
> > IMO, the use of the "to" domain is cute and the web page itself is
> > nicely done.
> Nice page, thank you.
> Anyway, IMHO, writing after the quote is not always the best way to go.
> That is, it's the best way to go if the reader is reading only the last
> mail of the thread and wants to know all the context of the discussion,
> but if one, as I usually do, reads a thread starting from the first
> post, it's a bit awful, since you have something like this:
> [snip examples]
> When you read a post that is around level 5/6 you must skip a lot of
> text that you have already read in the previous posts and, of course,
> the text you are interested in (i.e. the reply of the sender of the
> post) is not immediately visibile when you open the post (you must
> scroll down and skip the above text before reaching it).

That's what the "End" key was invented for... ;-)
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