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July 31, 2003 11:05 PM | Posted in Interesting


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Please stop messing with the mozblogupdates page. I hate that hover thing. I liked the expandable thing, though I wished it was always expanded.

The hover means I have to mouse over every single person to see what they wrote.

Site icon Comment by alanjstr at August 1, 2003 05:04 AM | Permalink

gotta disagree, please keep messing with it. i'm enjoying the changes, in general; i've resolved my other comment/problem about not being able to highlight all the links and open them with linky, now that i discovered the "select already visited links" check box. not ideal, but it works ;-)

and the "hover thing" is so damn pretty ;-)

Comment by Ben at August 1, 2003 05:55 AM | Permalink

Like always people have different opinions. I really like the new hover stuff (otherwise I wouldn't have made it)...:)

Having the "what's updated since last visit" is really gonna help me. Then I dont have to visit the blogs and finding out that I already read that entry.

But like always, you're more than welcome to post your comments and enhancements.

Site icon Comment by Henrik Gemal at August 1, 2003 09:56 AM | Permalink

Ok, so how about a settable preference. When I visit the page, it shows it how I like it. When you visit, it shows the way you like it.

Site icon Comment by alanjstr at August 1, 2003 06:10 PM | Permalink

Keep it up Gemal, I really like your blog summary.

Note that with the latest Firebird we can have your summary on the webpanel, which rules.

Comment by Chris at August 3, 2003 10:43 PM | Permalink

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