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Joey
post Jun 18 2003, 01:42 PM
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Changes are coming to the site.

tourettes, chrisw & I will be working on updating the existing content as well as adding new/missing features to the site. If you have something that you would like to see added/changed/updated/removed/burnt now is the time to let us know!

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Jay-Jay
post Jun 21 2003, 08:34 AM
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Oh just a quick question, I don't know how much you like my suggestions but heres another one.

I've been following up a couple of recent threads by e-mail. When you send the e-mail it goes to a groovy window that says your mails been sent, and then it's a bummer because the only way that you can get back to where you were is to hit the "linux help forums" link, topish left and then find your way back to where you were before.

Just wondering if theres a line of code that you could slip into the CGI which takes you back to where you were before, maybe done on a time thing, say 5secs on that page and then it auto directs you back to where you were before. (I'm not a programmer (wish I was, just about mastered xhtml moving onto C++ and java next . . . ) so I don't know how possible this is).

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P.s. i just noticed that when you've edited a post like this one (once you made it then edit it) it does what i'm kinda suggesting!


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