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Topic # 137895 12-Dec-2013 16:04
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Currently the "Single Page" button is only on the bottom of forum pages. I find it a very useful feature and was wondering if it could be placed at the top of pages too. 
I find that I will arrive at a long page and will want to load the single page version. A button at the top would make it ever so slightly easier to do so. 

I know this is really a small issue, but something which just bugged me.




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  Reply # 951059 12-Dec-2013 16:07
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Whoops, just discovered that my browser wasn't rendering it properly. But I am sure that I haven't seen it at the top before - whatever.




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  Reply # 951061 12-Dec-2013 16:11
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But otherwise Freitasm thanks for a great feature. Wish other forums would implement it!




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  Reply # 951091 12-Dec-2013 16:49
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Love the feature, but it'd be nice that when you click on it at the bottom of a page, once refreshed, the page is where you left off instead of having to scroll down.



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  Reply # 951092 12-Dec-2013 16:50
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pom532: Love the feature, but it'd be nice that when you click on it at the bottom of a page, once refreshed, the page is where you left off instead of having to scroll down.


Seems simple enough, but I know that it'd be horrifically complicated to implement.




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