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Hi all,

I have been using this site now, and believe its great. I had a suggestion though.

Can we have a 'New Post' tab in the 'Recent Post' tab? You see i am helping someone, while doing so a general problem pops up, so i need to post it. then i have to go to 'CSS forum' then select the type of forum and then post it.

The editor also has a select tab for which forum is to be used. So that wont be a problem.

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I do spend the majority of my time under the recent posts tab, so it would be a touch more convenient to have a 'new post' option in the recent posts section.

I forward the suggestion. An interesting idea.

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Which forum are you (lazy )

Which forum are you (lazy Smile) guys proposing to post in?

Try clicking your wheel button on the CSS Forum tab, choosing your forum, posting your new post, closing your tab and you're back on the original post you were replying to.

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Ok ok... I'll allow a couple of extra minutes of my life to scroll to the appropriate button... but I still think the site developer should spend hours designing a way I can save those minutes. Laughing out loud

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Minutes! Are you on a

Minutes! Are you on a 300baud modem?

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Zzzzz

Sorry, accounted for the slow moving of the mouse, followed by having to read the tabs and browse the forums and .. zzzzzz

Nah, seriously, only joking. I think the reason I forwarded the suggestion is because the ONLY time I leave the 'Recent Posts' page is to post a new one, but you are of course correct, that isn't exactly the most challenging/time consuming of tasks...

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HI, Am at work with a good

HI,

Am at work with a good broadband connection, but then my home comp has a dialup. and it is really boring to post a new post.

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ps: and i dont have a scroll mouse also.. Laughing out loud

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mihirc wrote:ps: and i dont

mihirc wrote:
ps: and i dont have a scroll mouse also.. Laughing out loud

Right click + open link in new tab does the same thing (unless you're using an inferior browser).

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Do yourself a favour and get

Do yourself a favour and get yourself a wheel mouse. When I first moved over to the macintosh and a single button mouse I didn't miss the right button, but I did miss the wheel (and gestures).

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Don't re-invent the wheel!

Ah the wheel... one of mans greatest all time inventions.. allowing the scrolling of long pages of text without ever moving your hand!

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Tyssen wrote:mihirc

Tyssen wrote:
mihirc wrote:
ps: and i dont have a scroll mouse also.. Laughing out loud

Right click + open link in new tab does the same thing (unless you're using an inferior browser).

[ctl]+left click will open the link in a new tab without the second step—if your non-mouse hand is near the keyboard.

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