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No, actually this is what tye originally meant when he mentioned the personal nodelet should be changed. I was in a gee-whiz mode and put together the Personal Nodelet on different principles. PN is basically a list of tiny pm-html snippets that are manipulatable as such so you can reorder, limit the list etc. The Free Nodelet is just a single html string that doesn't go through normal PM tag filtering. I think the only real difference is that you have the controls on Personal Nodelet Settings and PN can display code tags, wheras the "Free Nodelet" is just what it says Free. :-)

In some respects when tye put this together I thought maybe I should remove the PN, but what you just said seems to make me think that on the contrary there is a place for both. I think that PN is more suited to link collecting, and the free nodelet to more stylized stuff so they seem to complement each other.


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