thanks for back button on gannotate
amanic at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 13:26:01 GMT 2007
If you were close enough, I could kiss you right now!
Ok not really :)
I just hinted a little on Friday, and what would you know, all my dreams
came true over the weekend:
When I came in this morning, I found the brand new [Forward] button for
thanks man, its sweet!
On 3/16/07, Aaron Bentley <aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca> wrote:
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> Marius Kruger wrote:
> > I've been using the back button on gannotate and only come around to
> > saying thanks now.
> You're welcome. Glad you find it useful.
> > Now if only we can go forward again (to where we came from)
> > as now I have to stop and start it again and start traversing again if I
> > went
> > back down the wrong path..
> > But thats just another nice to have for the future.
> The future is an illusion. Ahem.
> Certainly possible, but since there are multiple possible descendants,
> it probably means keeping a history of past revisions.
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