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Could we please get a new node/superdoc for asking questions? And a link to this node in the monktitlebar?

My reasoning, it makes it easier.

Also, it might reduce replies to old nodes, which should really be new questions in SOPW

TIA


In reply to Make asking questions easier ; request for new superdoc/titlebar by Anonymous Monk

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