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Topic # 216629 5-Jul-2017 16:03
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I wish to officially enter a plea to get rid of that damned up arrow at the bottom right corner of the screen. It may be the bees knees for mobile users but it is an absolute pain in the donkey orifice for us desktop dinosaurs. I keep not noticing it is there when clicking on a button it happens to be covering and I get shot to the top of the screen. I never felt a need for something like that before and it doesn't add value to my life now. If it has to be part of the Geekzone experience, can it at least be moved someplace where one is less likely to accidentally click it?



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