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Old 03-09-2006, 02:37 PM
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Although I realize it wouldn't exactly serve a strong purpose (other than an aesthetic one), I think that it would be cool if you added the title of the individual page (other than the first page) to the navbits array.

That way, when a user was viewing a thread the breadcrumb display would tell them what page they were on. I think that this might also get added to the page title by default... (which s over to the window title in your taskbar or tab list) If not, then that might be cool as well.
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Old 03-09-2006, 06:49 PM
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Great Idea. Ill add it to the wish list.
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Old 04-12-2006, 05:13 PM
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Can I bump this? (guess that means yes)

I was reading through an 18 page article that a user just submitted on my site, each page was probably the equivalent to 2-3 typed pages. I found myself forgetting what page that I was on for most pages. While I realize that the link at the bottom that takes you to the next page addresses this issue for the most part, the TOC module (which is located at the top of each page) suffers from this issue.

If the bottom of the article is off the bottom of the screen, then the only way to tell what page you are on is by examining the URL. That works fine for people savvy enough to look there, but most users are probably not that familar with how the web works.

Really looking forward to 2.0 btw!
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Thanks for the reminder war
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