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Hmm, so what nodelet is Tidings noramlly listed in? I have the following:
  1. Approval Nodelet
  2. Node Status
  3. Free Nodelet
  4. Sections
  5. Tick tock
  6. Chatterbox
  7. Voting Booth
  8. Personal Nodelet
  9. Find Nodes
  10. Information
  11. Leftovers
  12. Settings Nodelet

. . . and I don't see a link to Tidings in any of them. Maybe it should be added to the Information nodelet (or Leftovers)? [ I already added it to my free nodelet but I'm wondering if others are unware of it. ]


In reply to (OT) Link to Tidings nodelet? by Argel
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