Re: Drifitng OT re blindness Re: Joe jobs - was Re: Victim of
not at home.today
Thu Apr 6 03:08:10 EDT 2006
> Just for TH's benefit, I've trimmed and contextualised my comments but
> brought them all up the top here to make easier for him to find:
And I've put them (marked with a vertical bar) back into context, and
trimmed the previous quoted material properly.
> "Technomage Hawke" wrote:
>> POP wrote:
>>> ====> It's always easy to miss important point; regardless.
>> more so if they are BURIED in massive amounts of text, don't you think?
| Or even more so if they are floating in space with no context
>> [...] half dozen additional combination key-sets just to get to the
>> right configuration menu.
| Configuration menu? What's a configuration menu got to do with it? The
| procedure under discussion is contextualising by use of the correct trim and
| attribute procedure so as to put comments into a context that makes sense to
| someone reading it who maybe wasn't party to the thread.
>> in this case, the differing arms of the thread are usually split off prior
>> to this point.... so, then tend to be easier to follow (and this break
>> point was a bitch to find).
| How so?
>> if its too much of a problem trying to locate the
>> unquoted text, I kill it off in the ignore pile (I have missed some real
>> gems that way and lost much useful info in the process).
| Even more difficult to make sense of replies with no context I would have
>> (and such laws generally are repealed when they become overburdensome to
>> the people).
| True, but it's readability and context we're discussing.
>> I am totally blind since an incident with a drunk driver
| Sorry to hear that.
>> as for clarity, what works for me may not always be the case for anyone
| Of course.
>> btw, it took me 6 minutes to read this in braille and another 15 trying to
>> figure out where to put all the responses. that give you any idea?
| I understand that but is this really easier to make sense of?
Hopefully, now it is.
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