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Old 18th June 2003, 12:17 AM   #1
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Default Any moderator respond please

I do all my browsing with "display images" turned off in my browser settings. I do this because web sites have gotten graphics crazy.

When there is an image I want to see I can selectively load with a right mouse click and the "display image" menu selection.

Anywhere I go on the internet, this opporturnity is available - anywhere except the DIY forums. If I want to see a single, particular image of someone's project I have to load the entire page of images. This is annoying.

Would you ask the powers that be to consider allowing individual images to be loaded?
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Old 18th June 2003, 12:29 AM   #2
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May I humbly put another thing on the wish list? While the new
system of quoting posts by the checkbox system is very nice, it
seems not to work to check postings on different pages of a
thread simultaneoulsy. Only those on the page one is currently
viewing gets included.
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