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Hi

Private /msg [messages] are sometimes hard to understand if they are a reply to something you wrote a day ago.

Actually they are still available in the "Delete" folder but only for a limited time (36h ?)

click here to check

The chatterbox nodelet used to have various links to the message box in the bottom row

   And 69 more, 90 archived

It now contains a link to recently sent messages too

   And 69 more, 90 archived, recently sent

The "recently" was necessary to avoid confusion about older messages missing. You need to archive them explicitly if you want keep them longer.

Thanks to the gods for accepting my patch. :)

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
Wikisyntax for the Monastery

) The link is a bit long for my taste, probably "just sent" or only "sent" with alt-text would have been better


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