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Those of you who use the FullPage Chat may be interested in some patches that have been applied:

  1. The bottom frame has been removed to provide more real-estate for messages. (patch submitted by theorbtwo.)

  2. Links in the Chat Messages panel now open in new windows (Patch submitted by theorbtwo.)

  3. Links in the Other Users panel now open in new browser windows (patch submitted by theorbtwo.)

  4. The code has been modified to improve W3C validation, though it appears some work remains. (Based on a patch submitted by OeufMayo1).

  5. The top panel has been lengthened slightly to reduce clipping.

Please give this a spin and let me know if there are any problems. Also, feel free to buy the submitting monks a round next time they're in your neck of the woods.


1 - Update: Fixed attribution for #4, after VSarkiss kindly asked me to check that. Major apologies to both monks.

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