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I made the assumption when I voted that someone knew of the feature, so I'd see something I hadn't seen before and start digging. And, becuase that felt like an estimate to my brain, I padded it. 8)

Guess I now gotta put my money where my mouth was and wander around with an eye out for something new. Gonna go stroll the monestary. Might start searching on requests to get an idea what was added...

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In reply to 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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    [marinersk]: But I was looking for a more elegant solution. It appears noone online at this time is aware of one.
    [LanX]: go to Nodelet Settings and click "All nodelets off"
    [LanX]: SUPER STABLE!!!
    [marinersk]: LanX++ LOL Yes, that is another workaround. :-)
    [LanX]: strangely you can't disable the XP nodelet
    [LanX]: But you can use CSS to hide it
    [LanX]: and disoplay the data permanently in your peronal nodelet
    [marinersk]: I saw that you could post it on the Personal Nodelet, but you have to provide the content also. No way to auto-populate it. Not that this would solve my distraction problem...
    [LanX]: there are template variables to "Auto-populate" it
    [marinersk]: Yeah, someday I might become interested enough to poke around PerlMonks more internally. Most of the fancy stuff is way down on my to do list.

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