As expected, multiple flames were sent in my direction for suggesting that
this list should behave in the way that a logical person would expect it to.
I accept that this was probably done for a reason, and that other lists work
this way (though I've never seen one), so maybe I'd feel better if someone
could actually tell me a reason why it is better this way?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jay Blanchard [mailto:jblanchard@stripped]
> Sent: 18 April 2006 13:44
> To: jason@stripped; mysql@stripped
> Subject: RE: Reply / Return Address of this List
> However, if the subject has been addressed and the decision made, then
> there's just no point in this topic. I guess those of us that don't like
> or don't like people inadvertently posting personal replies thanks to
> decision, should simply find another list.
> Either that or learn how to move their cursor 1" to the right before
> they click.
> Have you STFA for this? Again, Alec points out that there was probably
> good reason for setting it up like this. Again, I will point out that
> several are like this.
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