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Thread began 5/19/2010 4:57 am by tom113673 | Last modified 5/27/2010 7:02 pm by tom113673 | 2248 views | 16 replies


>You come up with Form Builder and the code problem, I come with a good alternative for the problem!<

The problem was not Form Builder - please read my original post. In fact there was no problem to solve; the post was concerning hypothetical problems which might be introduced into *future* products.

I posted on the Wishlist forum expressing a wish regarding the direction of future products, following recent announcements - a wish for 'More efficient CSS'. The only people who can fulfil this particular wish (for a product/version of a product which does not yet exist) are WebAssist. I was hoping that my suggestions might steer the course of future development (however infinitesimally) and that other users might contribute to the thread, strengthening the case for my suggestions. To a small extent this happened but was somewhat hampered by the thread going off course, due to a misundertanding of the purpose of the original post.

I suspect that whatever I say will not alter you opinion that you know better than I what I want to know (and you would of course be wrong in thinking that).

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