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Ajith Kallambella
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The topics which run in to multiple pages usually have this message "This topic is n pages long " on the top of the page and a link to the next( or previous ) page at the bottom of the page.
I feel such a link should also be there on the top of the page for ease of use.
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I'm confused, Ajith.
1) I don't understand what's wrong with clicking on the little numbers found after the "This topic is 2 pages long:" This will take you from page to page.
2) I don't see (maybe I'm blind) the link you are referring to that will take you to the next page; I only see the "This topic is 2 page long" and the numbers that follow it.
Of course, maybe I should just shut the heck up and let the other Paul answer you.
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All I know is that is seems to be okay for me. And making changes to this software isn't easy!
 
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What do you expect when you use such a crappy piece of Perl code!
 
Ajith Kallambella
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Oops!! I am sorry, this feature is already there and I didn't notice it
I was talking about posts like this one. Note the link to the next page at the top of the page( left hand side ) and also at the bottom of the page. For some reason I thought there is no link at the top of the page....
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[This message has been edited by Ajith Kallambella (edited October 31, 2000).]
 
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