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Odd that you should say that. The output from xNN and reputer is no smaller than the output of Perlmonks itself, plus, you have the source to make it bigger, which is not as easily accomplished here. (But you're right, I too dislike pages that use a blanket <font size="-1"></font>).

Could you elaborate on form inputs used as display elements? All the form elements I can get my hands on have a function, but I could be missing something.

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In reply to Re:x3: bivnn.cgi by grinder
in thread bivnn.cgi -- an alternate interface to newest nodes by blakem

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