A little modification to the page

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    Just a Member ammar's Avatar
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    A little modification to the page

    I think it will be better to add a copy of the links like this:
    C Board> Community Boards > General Discussions
    that appear at the top of each page, and put it at the bottom...
    Sometimes I'm too lazy to scroll up, or press home to go to the top.

    What do you think?
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    I think you should press "back" on your browser.

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    Sometimes I'm too lazy to scroll up, or press home to go to the top.
    but yet you make this thread?

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    I think you should press "back" on your browser.
    If you want to press "back", you'll have to refresh in order to see the changes( if there were any )
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    I dont think webmaster would approve of the idea. Just hit "back".

    What is it with this thread and one-liners?

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    While your cursor is up there, you can jsut hit "refresh". Or, if you're in IE and keyboard oriented, hit backspace and F5.

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    While your cursor is up there, you can jsut hit "refresh". Or, if you're in IE and keyboard oriented, hit backspace and F5.
    LMAO

    Its so true, but its so funny!

    I dont find it hard to hit the back button, some people are sooooooo lazy.
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    that backspace thing is very useful, but at the same time sofa king annoying. it should be turned off when you're in a form.
    hello, internet!

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    Well then use Opera!

    Rightclick-leftclick is back, Rightclick/hold-drag mouse left-release is back also. rightclick/hold-drag mouse up and down-release is refresh.

    Warning though its very annoying to use a non-gestures browser after getting used to gestures.

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    Scroll-button down, hold, move mouse up

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    Or you could use the button at the bottom of the page:
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    That's a great idea, ammar. Really. I hate scrolling back up.
    I wish I had thought of this earlier.
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    Mmmm, different points of view...
    It looks like people who don't like the idea are more than those who like it.
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