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I love the recent improvements to the personal nodelet. This makes it very useful for collecting items for later review when more time is available.

If the current node is already in my personal nodelet, I'd love for the add "This Node" option to become the remove "This Node" option. Since this option is displayed right after looping through all of the entries (in order to display the links to them), it would seem that it could be possible to implement this change quite efficiently.

I wouldn't mind if this only worked for entries that were made by node ID.

Thanks,
        - tye (but my friends call me "Tye")


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