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07 Jul 2004, 10:59
Hello everybody!

Don't you think that it would be easier to track posts if SC and CR&RC were separated? I mean into two categories
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07 Jul 2004, 12:58
"everybody" is "nobody" under section 24.1 of corporate linguistics law

I think it is better this way, as long as we follow the convention of have SC: CR: and RC: before the new posts. You could probably dare to put up a poll on this !
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07 Jul 2004, 13:13
Agree with Vithal. As long as the header is SC CR RC it should bw fine. Also, on the test the questions are random so you can be in that mode even here.
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09 Jul 2004, 09:46
Boksana

If the number of new threads per day increases way beyond what it is now, we will definitely try to keep the CR and SC seperate.

As I wrote to you in my pm, there is a feature at the top right of this forum, "view unanswered posts" , "view posts since last visit" , "view my posts" you can simply click on that and check out the ones that you need to refer.

hope this helps boksana
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09 Jul 2004, 09:46
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