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In think the toss-up is do we want or need all the nodes to be 'auto-prettied' or do we prefer faster performance?

I for one am not bothered too much by long posts, long winded is another issue ;-) so I don't think that the extra load on the system would bring much benefit to me to have everyone's posts nicely formatted in some way.

I'll keep scrolling to keep the site running faster.

In reply to Re: Readmore revisited... by phydeauxarff
in thread Readmore revisited... by DentArthurDent

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