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  1. #1
    Shreddin the Cul de Sac
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    Forum Jump pulldown menu should be at top

    of page as well as bottom, methinks.
    keep moving

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    blame me for missed rides
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    word.

    (this darn forum won't let me post the message "word" because it has to be at least 5 characters in length).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burpee
    of page as well as bottom, methinks.
    Yup, what he said.
    [SIZE=2]"Life is a F@#^ing story problem, get used to it - my son.[/SIZE]

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    Recovering couch patato
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    I think it should also be just as long as the tread, in an empty topic it already pushes the post off the first page.

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    Efficiency isn't one of the new board's strengths.






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    blame me for missed rides
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    Quote Originally Posted by aosty
    Efficiency isn't one of the new board's strengths.






    yeah it's taking these slow campus computers quite a bit more time to load each page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burpee
    of page as well as bottom, methinks.
    It would be nice if they could eliminate some of the whitespace at the top of the page, a little planning could get a whole lot more information on the page.

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