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RE: 'Clear Flag' Proofing

by Shendal (Hermit)
on Aug 04, 2000 at 01:51 UTC ( #26116=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to 'Clear Flag' Proofing

So you want to mark some nodes to always be "new"? I am guessing you want to do this for ease of access to these nodes. This is what the Personal Nodelet is for.

Check your user settings to make sure the Personal Nodelet is enabled, and then start adding nodes to it. It's easy to use... just go to the node you want to add, and click "Add node to personal nodelet"... that's it!


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RE: RE: 'Clear Flag' Proofing
by mwp (Hermit) on Aug 04, 2000 at 02:32 UTC

    Not always, just temporarily. You see, I know about the personal nodelet (see the first or second sentence of the OP :) and it's a great tool, but while I'm reading I come across many articles that I would like to vote on but will not have votes for until the next day. Instead of adding these to my personal nodelet and removing them later, it would be nice to flag the suckers for easy access as soon as I get my votes back.

    I'm sure we could come up with some other uses as well. The personal nodelet seems cumbersome for something as dynamic as I'd like.

    Alakaboo

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