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Well, it was long enough for you to get your point across, now wasn't it?? *G*

That's what they make a post text box for....

Really, we do read those!



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How long do you want it? Personally, I think that subjects should just be long enough to tell what the post is about. And the rest of it should be in the main body of the post.

Just my $0.02 worth......

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i guess i am just spoiled... i like to be able to look at the subject to decide whether i have input... likewise i like to be able to state my question without you having to drill down...

if it was say 60 or 80 long it would be perfect for me...

thanks for listening...

randy

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I did note, however, that when a long url is posted on one line in the text box, it stretches the the post text out beyond the width of my 17" monitor and takes the buttons with it...personally, I think the buttons should be on the left side so they are easily accessible no matter how wide the post grows...

I agree about the subject boxes...keeps people from posting in the subject box...*G*

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