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Good work, ar0n. I'd be interested to see how all this affects the server load over time as monks go about creating alternative interfaces and other funky stuff.

The only thing that I'll ask for is that the print display page keeps the same Custom Node Title Definition as the one set in your user settings. It currently disregards what's in your user settings and just prints the node title.

Oh yeah, and in the top table where the node title is displayed, maybe adding the text 'perlmonks.org' would be handy to show what site the document is coming from, as would an URL to node in question.

- wil

In reply to (wil) Re: New Display Types by wil
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