Scott Hardie | February 25, 2004
Satisfying a request from Erik, the main menu can now display links within the blurbs of text. I never implemented this before because I think it looks ugly, but I can see how useful it is. Edit your display options to activate the links.

On the subject, I have a little poll question. Not counting these new links, how do you navigate to something new on the site when you visit the main menu? Do you use the Java menu in the horizontal gray bar at the top of the screen, or do you use the colored bar for each part of the site, just above the blurb? I've always used the latter, but I'm curious.

Dave Stoppenhagen | February 25, 2004
I tend to use the Java menu at the top more than the colored bar.

Anna Gregoline | February 25, 2004
Colored bar.

John E Gunter | February 25, 2004
I use both, but that's because it depends on where I'm going on the site.

Erik Bates | February 25, 2004
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Lori Lancaster | February 26, 2004
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Scott Hardie | February 27, 2004
Thanks for answering. I appreciate it.

Erik informs me that he meant something else with his request, so I have left the links intact, but added something else: Revisit the "display options" page to activate an anchor at the bottom of each TC discussion. With that option selected, whenever you open a discussion, your browser will automatically jump to the most recent comment (the anchor).


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