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Forgive me for asking; Maybe it's me being dumb. Is there a way of making it more obvious who's replying to what message in these threads?

The reason I ask is at first glance it looked to me like riscosopen's obviously upset reply was aimed @ my last comment. (especially as the reply found its way into my email) I couldn't for the life of me understand how my last post could possibly deserve such a response... ...reading further up the thread I guess it was actually in reply to another (edited) comment.

I came fairly close to firing back an equally upset response which may not have helped the general 'karma' round here.

Thanks.

 is a RISC OS UserCharlie on 3/5/09 12:18AM
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