I am replying to the original because I wanted to comment on items addressed throughout the thread...
- The "edit your scratchpad" link in the scratchpad viewer is a good start, the link at the bottom needs <p> tags around it though, at the moment it runs in with the last line of whatever is in the scratchpad.
- I tried but I couldn't add a link to my scratchpad to my "personal nodelet", the username gets stripped. (I keep wishing that I could edit the stuff in my personal nodelet, to change titles for example, though since • was re-enabled that is less pressing *grin*)
- I'm with ysth being able to edit and preview on the same window would be goodly (thanks for the discussion tye and ysth it is nice to see the thinking process behind design).
- If some enterprising monk wants to earn some ++ and good will the PerlMonks FAQ seems like it could benefit from an update on the subject of scratch pads :)
Thats probably enough from me on this otherwise fine Saturday morning :)
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