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I think it is a useful idea, but not a very good design. First, showing one number, but linking to another number (either in the Node ID or the title) can be confusing. Second, i really like being able to quickly double-click the Node ID for copy and paste purposes - make it a link and now i have to carefully select it, always a PITA. How about something like this:
Node ID Parent ID Writeup Rep Created
190426 190421 Re: owner of a file 666 2002-08-15 11:05:16
190417 190399 Re: Showing , etc in HTML 42 2002-08-15 10:48:52
Yes. RootID is a much better name for that column ... it even physically fits better. :)


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In reply to (jeffa) Re: Linkable Node ID in Writeups by jeffa
in thread Linkable Node ID in Writeups by hacker

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