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I assume that your post is "in general" and not directed toward me specifically. I do agree with your point about wanting to see the behavior in order to provide a response if warranted. As such, I don't ever see myself using this set of CSS.

That being said, however, I can see it being useful in certain situations, and as some may want the solitude or a reprieve, I provided the information.

On a somewhat similar topic, I wonder if it would make sense to make the class that identifies the "owner" of a set of data consistent. Currently I have found three similar class names, and am guessing that there may be a couple more.

--MidLifeXis


In reply to Re^3: Blocking users by MidLifeXis
in thread Blocking users by DrHyde

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