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To Johann On Posting Procedure

Fri Jul 23, 1999 1:58 am

Hi Johann, Is it possible to reverse the positions of the "Edit Message" and "Post Message" on the final edit screen before posting? In the prior screen asking you to check for spelling, the "post" button is on the left. In the final screen, this button is on the right and I often hit the same left button twice which sends me back. Logical command button placement helps avoid catastrophic surfing. Thanks.
 
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RE: To Johann On Posting Procedure

Fri Jul 23, 1999 2:57 am

Sure, no problem. It was not psychologically correct, thanks for pointing it out to me.

If you or anyone else have other problems/suggestions/questions, please post it under this thread (although once this thread is archived, I'd appreciate if you use e-mail).

The name is Johan by the way, I think the spelling with double n is the German way.  

Regards,
Johan Lundgren
Working on the site from morning 'till night that's livin' alright (1997-2007)
 
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RE: To Johann On Posting Procedure

Fri Jul 23, 1999 5:47 am

Thanks, and sorry about the n.

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