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Old 09-19-2007, 01:26 PM   #2
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It has been about six months since I last participated in this forum. I've noticed some changes for which I don't care:

1) Why is there no button to reply to a message WITHOUT quoting?
There is: "Quick Reply"

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2) For initiating new threads or message replies, including quick replies, why is the compose window so small and cramped? It should at least be the width of the window. Instead, the width is just about three inches max, if that. That's too small.
That's a known problem that's been extensively discussed. Please add to the data: platform/browser/version? Did you try different browsers? if so, with which results?

   
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