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The link to browsershots? That was quite interesting and seemed quite useful. It certainly showed similar bad rendering to what I saw (and informed luis.roca of prior to his posting). How does that look like spam to you?

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In reply to Re^3: RFC: A Design Proposed for Anonymous Monk (browsershots) by tye
in thread RFC: A Design Proposed for Anonymous Monk (logged out view) by luis.roca

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