Re: I Was Wondering???

what I meant was that when I click on the reply section the curser
autamaticly appears above the quote
Jacob Mansfield

On 16 October 2010 12:35, Christopher Chan <christopher.chan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Colin Law wrote:
On 16 October 2010 10:50, Jacob Mansfield <cyberjacob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
you forget to use <snip>. I just let google and firefox decide if I top
bottom post

Readers on this list would generally be pleased if you decided for
yourself (and bottom/insert post) rather then letting software make up
your mind for you. Remember you are the master, not the machine.

But I don't like thinking. It is so much easier for the machine to
decide. Hey, where are the rest of the sheep? Don't leave me alone to
think for myself! Ah!!!

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