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(12:08:53 AM) jonnitha: ok (12:08:59 AM) gmxgeek: thanks for responding (12:09:04 AM) lebomb: thanks (12:09:06 AM) lebomb: i've been waiting :D (12:09:23 AM) jonnitha: lol that's cool (12:09:36 AM) gmxgeek: i was wondering if there is more you might be willing to post (12:13:01 AM) lebomb: what I've been working on is the sumatra documentation (12:13:11 AM) lebomb: (12:17:12 AM) sumatra[BRAVE Cap Command] [webchat@ ] entered the room. (12:18:08 AM) lebomb: you might want to add the "subscribe" link from the bottom of every page (12:18:15 AM) lebomb: so people can unsubscribe (12:18:26 AM) sumatra[BRAVE Cap Command] left the room. (12:18:34 AM) lebomb: it also links to the "about" page (12:18:41 AM) sumatra[BRAVE Cap Command]: i didn' t realise that was possible atm (12:18:44 AM) lebomb: and is easy to remove (12:18:46 AM) sumatra[BRAVE Cap Command]: but yea, that's probably better to not do now (12:18:59 AM) gmxgeek: leb, that's all good stuff (12:19:10 AM) lebomb: but there is also this "about" section (12:19:27 AM) lebomb: which has a link to the documentation (12:21:12 AM) Sumatra[BRAVE Cap Command]: the thing is, it's not in the docs but it's there, so I don't think it's a big deal (12:21:20 AM) sumatra[BRAVE Cap Command]: but you can always go to and add it to there (12:21:33 AM) lebomb: yeah, that's fine, thanks (12:21:42