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I thought I would mention this trick as there might be other people just as dumb as me (I just tought about it today):

You can add User Setting to your personal nodelet

Then you are never more than 2 pages and 3 clicks away from removing a node (against 2 pages and 2 clicks plus some work for vroom with your proposal).


In reply to Re: Removing nodes from your personal nodelet by mirod
in thread Removing nodes from your personal nodelet by mischief

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