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Windows 7: Sticky Pix & Sticky Explanations

21 Mar 2010   #1

64 bit Windows 7 Ultimate (Free from Windows 7 Launch Event)
Sticky Pix & Sticky Explanations

I think it would be cool, for both the users and the forum's storage, for there to be sticky pix, pix that are commonly attached to post like pix of various connectors, various screen shots like of the many dialog boxes and error messages that Windows shoot at us. Pix that we can attach to a word or phrase in our post or display in our post that pops up like the advertisements we endure that pop up when the cursor is hovered over the word.

Also sticky explanations that we can have attached to a word or phrase that pops up like the advertisements we endure that pop up when the cursor is hovered over the word. The pop ups can be from other post that explained it or just sticky explanation and pix.

I believe that both would save serve storage space and user post time. Of course there are those posters that don't want others to be able to understand their post so perhaps one should be able to opt out when they make post like:

"It's easy all you have to do is to isolate your chronomatric particle emitter frequency and hyper extrapolate the verteron exovector to the bratospher level then calibrate it with a tritonium fused unoptainium meter." (Make sure the switch on the back of the PSU is on)
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