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Testing the Sticky preference
Do not mind this post.
cucumber tart fish
used to be ugly, this flow
... and still is. There was no list of topics for a quick look, it hasn't got one. I believe we should be thankful it hasn't got an worse last few months.
- @Felis domestica, you posted in sandbox. I suppose you intended to write on the feedback page, Talk:Flow.
- There is a list of topics, just click on "Browse topics". Click boldly in sandbox.
- As for aesthetics, can you please describe more precisely, what you don't like? some typography or design rules were broken?
OK, I cannot move this topic, because this function hasn't been provided yet: task T88140. A little facepalm, we'll wait, then. LOL - editing other's words is wiki but in discussions it is a bit strange... Well.. but it at least shows clearly who edited this as a last person...
I reply to myself :-) then, I will thank myself :-) And it all goes under Tar account :-)
It did! :) To be honest, editing other's words in classic discussions has always been a bit strange. Laissez parler! Now, the software supports this oddity and I like it :)
@Halibutt, you wanna play with me? huh, dude? ]:>
Just testing. .. don't take it seriously. IMHO the icon "</>" is not intuitive. The strange thing is, I can edit other's entires...
Hmm... testing, testing.
Another test reply