I'm not sure this is a good combo, having a sub-forum title (Fortran) at the top of a list of posts like this - it isn't like that anywhere else on the forums that I can see. If this proliferates (i.e. if there's then a java one, and a...) then we'll have to scroll down past them just to see the threads of the current forum.
Perhaps it needs a Mac » Programming, Web Devs and Scripting » General forum instead? I don't know how many sub-sub-subs is sensible to go down, mind you, but as long as the 'unread' counts still work properly it will work.
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I agree, the finding of what you want to read in one spot is one thing but a sub sub forum for only fortran under programing which is under Mac? You're down to one granule and no one is going to look in this drawer.
Say I am up in Stan's lounge talking about my toe I bumped in the dark last night and alanlomax wants me to post a photo and MacGizmo says there is a nice fortran widget that would do the job of a nice clean amputation of the digit.
1) Do I immediately move the thread to Mac/progamming/fortran? 2) Does Giz move it as an OCD moderator? 3) Do I just use a rusty axe and whack the toe off?
None of these pathways seems very appealing. And since no one is going to check down here I'll be walking with a limp all winter.
I'm glad you're looser, poly. What was it, Ex Lax or Metamucil? Personally I think in my own mind that fiber is always better than some drug . . . but I just might be barking mad, so if it sounds to you like I'm howling at the moon, definitely don't use my white paper to line the medicine cabinet shelf.
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