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  1. 20 Jan '07 23:05
    It looks like the links to the FAQ are supposed to get you to the right place in the FAQ, but they always lead to the top of the page. It would be nice (and probably not difficult) to have that fixed.
  2. 21 Jan '07 00:02
    I was thinking exactly the same.
  3. Standard member Ragnorak
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    21 Jan '07 12:23
    Originally posted by Nordlys
    It looks like the links to the FAQ are supposed to get you to the right place in the FAQ, but they always lead to the top of the page. It would be nice (and probably not difficult) to have that fixed.
    Shhh, don't tell FFnas, but they work properly in IE.

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  4. 21 Jan '07 12:43
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    Shhh, don't tell FFnas, but they work properly in IE.

    D
    Now if Russ enables all the things in IE that I can do with ouroboros' scripts in Firefox, I might consider switching.
  5. 10 Feb '07 12:11
    Originally posted by Nordlys
    It looks like the links to the FAQ are supposed to get you to the right place in the FAQ, but they always lead to the top of the page. It would be nice (and probably not difficult) to have that fixed.
    This is the result of a basic error in the HTML script for the FAQ page.

    To link to a named section of a page you have to add #anchorname to the end of the URL. For example, adding #timebank to the URL will go to a section named timebank. However the section has been named #timebank meaning that ##timebank would need to be added to the URL for the link to work correctly.

    If Russ or Chris read this then hopefully they can sort this out.
  6. Standard member Ragnorak
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    10 Feb '07 13:41 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by Ian68
    This is the result of a basic error in the HTML script for the FAQ page.

    To link to a named section of a page you have to add #anchorname to the end of the URL. For example, adding #timebank to the URL will go to a section named timebank. However the section has been named #timebank meaning that ##timebank would need to be added to the URL for the link to work correctly.

    If Russ or Chris read this then hopefully they can sort this out.
    FAQ

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    [EDIT] By jove, he's right. Feedback sent.
  7. 10 Feb '07 17:57
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    Shhh, don't tell FFnas, but they work properly in IE.

    D
    Hey, I heard that!