Sorry, I have to disagree. I have a node I could use such a button on right now. I got shellacked on a careless answer I gave. But I don't especially want to get rid of the node embarrassing though it is. It reminds me to be very cautious about what I write. Another salutary lesson(I get lots) and worth the XP.
And, btw, it is 9:36 pm on a Saturday night and there are 12 monks in the monastery (up from 6 a little earlier). I am joined by other geeks with nothing else to do on a weekend night(or a burning desire to study Perl). Someone always sees what is going on.
The Needs of the World and my Talents run parallel to infinity.
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