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Old 08-31-2005, 04:52 PM   #1
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I find the breadcrumbs to be very useful in this forum, but when there's a long list of topics I have to scroll back up. Would it be possible to dupe the bread crumbs under the topics?

   
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Thanks, Dennis. This is something a number of members would like (as would this particular staff member!) so we are looking into it. I'm told it shouldn't be too difficult to do.

   
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Thanks for the info, Franca. I'm still learning about the PHP software. Never sure what the staff has control of vs. needing a developer.

   
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