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That's remarkably fascinating and slightly magical. i don't remember seeing any documentation on that feature before. Is it new? Have i just missed the docs? Please advise...

Regardless of that, it might be nice to have a button that does that (located somewhere in the user settings area) that also explicitly says that it will recompute your total. i don't know what spawned the mismatch, but if it occurs (somewhat) frequently it would be useful to have (yet another) nice, shiny button to help deal with it. Clearly, if it doesn't occur frequently than the button isn't needed. Is there any insight as to why such a mismatch would occur (and how common that occurance would be)? As i said, i find it fascinating...

Thank you for the help, it's nice to know that nothing is broken, and better yet i didn't cause anyone to do any work (other than a couple minor posts :-)...

again, thank you!

In reply to Re: (tye)Re: Counting nodes... by jynx
in thread Counting nodes... by jynx

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