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Ok, I've found something new. I don't knwo if it's it, but it is new. And I've done the obvious something to indicate I've found it. If you know what it is, that should be enough to verify, if not it shouldn't give any clues.

And if I just found something that's new 'to me' but not to PM, then boy do I have egg on my face.

Update: Well, I've got egg on my face. I found the Everything Developers nodelet option on my user settings page. However, that was added yesterday, so it's old news already. It came out in the chatterbox what the new thing was. I was wrong.

...the monk learns that not is as it seems...


In reply to Re: RE: Estimated time it would take me to find a new unannounced feature on PM by Blue
in thread Estimated time it would take me to find a new unannounced feature on PM by vroom

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