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  • Kloreep
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    Originally posted by Ranger1
    Or do it like me,bookmark that page,first to see if JMS has posted something,if not,then you can click on the Community Forums link.
    That's what I do.

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  • David Panzer
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    Moving the mouse a few pixels burns 0.00000042 calories.

    This vital piece of computer information was published by the esteemed Dr. Elbow Crankentree in the Center of Patrio-Psychotic Anarcho-Materialist Studies research magazine "Babes, Science and You", specifically the swimsuit special.
    Last edited by David Panzer; 07-10-2005, 10:04 PM.

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  • Ranger1
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    And i thought i was lazy wow,how about just leave http://jmsnews.com in the url and delete the rest?

    Or do it like me,bookmark that page,first to see if JMS has posted something,if not,then you can click on the Community Forums link.

    Or even bookmark those two pages LOL
    Last edited by Ranger1; 07-10-2005, 04:59 PM.

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  • Capt.Montoya
    started a topic Display Last JMS post on forum index page?

    Display Last JMS post on forum index page?

    This might be just lazyness on my part but since JMS posts are so infrequent and many of us may just come directly to the forums now, instead of to the archive pages...

    Is it possible to have the Forums Index page display when there have been new JMS posts?
    Maybe just have it display: "date and subject of JMS's last post in the archive"?

    Now, if it is possible, do others think it's a good idea, and that it should be implemented?
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